processional way

processional way

ancient Egyptian processional way
A monumental roadway for ritual processions in an ancient city, e.g., Babylon.
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Her entourage made a maiden stop in the Nairobi CBD, before snaking through key areas, including Uhuru Park, Processional Way and the national archives, where she met city residents.
class="MsoNormalThe narrow processional way at Uhutu Park made things difficult as journalists literary battled to snatch away the athletes from rude officials to get interviews.
The sun was setting in its crimson cradle through tinted trees as we wandered along the larch-lined Processional Way.
Sited at the end of a Processional Way some 250 m in length it provided access through the outer city wall.
Completed by 1930 a representative replication of the Northern Gate and part of the Processional Way is now housed in the Pergamon museum in Berlin.
A celebration of the winter solstice, the event this weekend will also include fire sculpture making to provide a series of fiery festive symbols that will be lit to decorate the processional way between the Museum and car park at the end of each day.
Excavated at Wall of Processional Way, abylon, Mesopotamia, Glazed brick, 38 1/4" (97 cm).
Terragni concluded it, sad to say, with a processional way dedicated to the Empire of Rome's Past and Mussolini's Present.
The event will now start along Processional Way at Uhuru Park and not along Haile Selassie Avenue opposite Railway Club as earlier announced.
figure By AYUMBA AYODI This year's Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon due for Sunday will now start along Processional Way in Uhuru Park and not along Haile Selassie Avenue opposite Railway Club as had been announced.Organisers have made the change for logistical reasons.
On other occasions, the processional way outside the Gate was lined with elephants.
A combination of processional way and stairs (a Corbusian conceit) provides entrance to the house and connects all the levels.