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Historic

Having importance in, or influence on history; famous, renowned.
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The new guidance helps local authorities recognise historic counties as a way to boost community pride and provide opportunities for families to learn about local traditions.
It includes consideration of placing road signs to mark the boundaries of the historic counties, flying county flags whenever possible, designing flags for counties without one and celebrating county days.
It will vote, at a special meeting Monday night, whether to create the South Geneva Historic District.
In June, the Historic Preservation Commission voted 6-0 in favor of the district.
Historic districts are, by statutory definition, one form of historic resource.
Sapienza, (11) the South Dakota Supreme Court considered whether a new home in Sioux Falls' McKennan Park Historic District was such an intruder.
Taking the 50th anniversary of the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act as an opportunity to reflect on the successes and shortcoming of the historic preservation movement in the US, Tyler, Tyler, and Ligibel introduce readers to the many facets of historic preservation and to issues important to the study and practice of the field.
Encompassing residential blocks and a commercial corridor, the historic district represents the diverse cultural and economic history of Boerum Hill, as well as its largely intact 19th century architecture, according to LCP.
It will see Historic England work with the council to redevelop Drake Street and its surrounding areas over a fiveyear period.
Prince Sultan said the king has shown much interest in mosques, particularly historic ones in Al-Diriyah and Jeddah, given that they represent the crossroads for people five times a day and bring people closer.
What useful lessons do historic preservation efforts have to teach businesspeople?
In the Old and Historic Alexandria District in Alexandria,

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