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Main sights[ edit ] Panorama from the Barrage Vauban with the medieval bridge Ponts Couverts in the foreground the fourth tower being hidden by trees at the left and the cathedral in the distance on the right.
Strasbourg, Cathedral of Our Lady The city is chiefly known for its sandstone Gothic Cathedral with its famous astronomical clockand for its medieval cityscape of Rhineland black and white timber-framed buildings, particularly in the Petite France district or Gerberviertel "tanners' district" alongside the Bas bms and in the streets and squares surrounding the cathedral, where the renowned Maison Kammerzell stands out.
Place Gutenberg with statue of Gutenberg and Carousel. In addition to the cathedral, Strasbourg houses several other medieval churches that have survived the many wars and destructions that have plagued the city: The Neo-Gothic church Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux Catholique there is also an adjacent church Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux Protestant serves as a shrine for several 15th-century wood worked and painted altars coming from other, now destroyed churches and installed there for public display; especially the Passion of Christ.
Among the numerous secular medieval buildings, the monumental Ancienne Douane old custom-house stands out. Strasbourg also offers high-class eclecticist buildings in its very extended German district, the Neustadtbeing the main memory of Wilhelmian architecture since most of the major cities in Germany proper suffered intensive damage during World War II.
Streets, boulevards and avenues are homogeneous, surprisingly high up to seven stories and broad examples of German urban lay-out and of this architectural style that summons and mixes up five centuries of European architecture as well as Neo-Egyptian, Neo-Greek and Neo-Babylonian styles.
The former imperial palace Palais du Rhinthe most political and thus heavily criticized of all German Strasbourg buildings epitomizes the grand scale and stylistic sturdiness of this period. Notable squares of the German district include: Impressive examples of Prussian military architecture of the s can be found along the newly reopened Rue du Rempart, displaying large-scale fortifications among which the aptly named Kriegstor war gate.
Next to the Ponts Couverts is the Barrage Vaubana part of Vauban 's 17th-century fortifications, that does include a covered bridge. Other bridges are the ornate 19th-century Pont de la Fonderiestone and Pont d'Auvergneironas well as architect Marc Mimram 's futuristic Passerelle over the Rhine, opened in BAS Services & Graphics LLC, SkyFoundry, SkySpark, Energy Analytics, Sedona Controllers, Niagara Framework, EnergyDVR Dashboard, Educational Dashboard, Tridium.
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An engaged staff + a supportive community = successful students Special Board Meeting Postings. Special Meeting Posting In short, BMS/BAS automate the control of resources like heat pumps, lighting systems, and HVAC boxes, which simplifies the jobs of chief engineers and building operators.
However, BMS/BAS can often be cost prohibitive and lack the analytic insights that continually guide a facility manager’s decisions.