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|Began as the British Museum's Department of Printed Books in 1753. Present site bought 1975. Officially opened 1998.
|The only Zoo in Ahmedabad city, the residents here include Big Cats, elephants and birds among various other fauna.||08/06/2006||636|
|The main branch of the Standard Chartered Bank in Ahmedabad. ATM facility available. VISA cards welcome||03/27/2006||258|
|One of the oldest Bus Stations in Ahmedabad||08/16/2006||1,237|
|The oldest theatre [stage] in Ahmedabad. Routinely puts up shows in the regional language of the region. Most evenings it is packed full of people come to enjoy a play. ||03/27/2006||283|
|A bylane in old Ahmedabad, famous for its road side food stalls, excellent spicy tastes, heady aromas and a general feeling of weelbeing. Crowded place.||03/30/2006||385|
|The Royal Library|
One of the most impressive new attractions in Copenhagen is The Black Diamond, the extension to the Royal Library, in glass and steel. This black beauty is part of the old Royal Library, which keeps manuscripts of world famous HC Andersen, Karen Blixen and SÝren Kierkegaard.
|The biggest municipal hospital in Ahmedabad. all buildings in its immidiate vicinity are the various departments of the hospital. there is cardiology department building, oncology etc.||03/30/2006||559|
|Seshadri Iyer memorial hall is also a State Central Library located at Cubbon Park, Bangaluru, Karnataka, India. It was built in 1915 AD in a classic European style with Tuscan and Carinthian columns, in honour of Sir K.Seshadri Iyer who was Dewan of Mysore State from 1883 to 1901, is an impressive red building with gables. It houses the Seshadri Memorial library.The memorial building is enscon...||05/28/2011||543|
|The main railway station in Ahmedabad, also called Kalupur station by the locals. Here you can get a train connection to anywhere in the country||03/30/2006||362|
|Museum of British Motor Industry|
Previously owned by Rover/BMW, now in the hands of the Ford Motor Company.
More than 150 vehicles on display, many from the heyday of the british motor industry. Special events and a comprehensive film & picture library also feature.
|The one on file is just plain wrong. It doesn't show the library, this one does!||08/19/2005||308|