The Giardini Botanici Hanbury (also known as La Mortola, or Hanbury Botanical Garden, or Villa Hanbury), on the cape of Mortola, are major botanical gardens operated by the University of Genoa. The gardens were founded by Sir Thomas Hanbury, a British entrepreneur, after he had made his fortune in China.
Grounds at Parc de Saint-Cloud. Saint-Cloud is an affluent area in the western suburbs of Paris. This was the site of Château de Saint-Cloud, which was destroyed during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870. Now, the grounds remain as part of the Parc de Saint-Cloud. This view shows a broad promenade, lined by small conical trees and surrounded by taller ones. There is a large building at the end of the walkway and three women walking away from it. A fourth woman sits on a bench in the foreground.
Main entrance to Ketchaoua Mosque in Algiers. At the entrance, 29 steps lead up to a marble portico, with an octagonal minaret on each side. The Mosque is located at the foot of the Casbah, facing the Mediterranean Sea. Between 1845 and 1962, under French rule, the Mosque was converted into the Cathedral of St. Philippe, but was then converted back.
The house is located at 905 Orlando Road. The permit was issued on August 3, 1926. The architectural firm was Martson, Van Pelt & Maybury, Pasadena, job #613. The builder was John H. Simpson, Pasadena.