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Silverbird Galleria - The Lagos Galleria

Silverbird Galleria has a shirts retailer, café and mobile network offices for feasible communication and internet access, all located on the ground floor. Electronic gadgets retailers and the Rhythm 93.7 FM broadcasting studio (operated by Silverbird) are on the first floor. The second floor has arcades and food services. The Silverbird Cinema is on the third and topmost floor. Additional services include a pharmacy, lounge and beauty shop. There is also a Silverbird galleria located at Ikeja CityMall, Lagos. It is at the top of the escalators on the right.

Galleria Tower - Location at the Galleria

In 1986 when the Galleria opened it was accessed by a ramp behind Macy's on the exterior and the food court elevator up at the third floor on the interior. Later the tower was connected to both the JCPenney parking deck and the Sears parking deck. This allowed easy access from the exterior and parking to the offices. Von Maur's third floor includes an exit that leads outside and directly across to the tower.

Galleria degli Antichi and Palazzo del Giardino - Galleria degli Antichi

.The galleria or gallery was once a corridor, aligned south to north, linked to the large Sabbioneta Castle that stood inside the walled town. Described as a "grand corridor" of the castle, it was built with stone and brick in 1584–1586. It connects to the externally drab Palazzo Giardino, which through a second portico (corridor piccolo), once connected to the castle. The statuary collection was acquired in the 16th century by Vespasiano Gonzaga from antique dealers and collectors of northern Italy, as well as much of it carried away as booty by his father after the imperial Sack of Rome in 1527. The hunting trophies originated from imperial collections in Prague. Much of this collection remained in the palace until 1773, when the Austrian authorities transferred them to the Palace of the Accademia di Mantova, leaving the gallery an elegant but vacant shell of its former state. In 1915 the renamed Accademia Nazionale Virgiliana ceded the collection to the comune, which has since moved it to the Palazzo Ducale of Mantua. Many pieces however, were either sold or looted in the imperial Sack of Mantua (1630) during the War of the Mantuan Succession.

Hiranandani Gardens, Mumbai - Galleria

In the 1990s, Hiranandani group constructed Galleria shopping complex in the township. This shopping complex epitomizes the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. Situated at the center of the township, the shopping complex is constructed in two floors and houses banks, parking lot, food court, restaurants, pubs and several shops. The Galleria is a tourist attraction and several movies, commercials, TV serials and songs have been filmed here.

Galleria - Japan

* Galleria of Tokyo Midtown

Galleria - South Africa

* Galleria Shopping Mall, a shopping mall in Amanzimtoti, Durban

Galleria - Korea

* Galleria Department Store, a franchise owned by Hanwha Group

Galleria

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Borghese Collection - Galleria Borghese

The Villa still houses a major part of the collection, as the Galleria Borghese. Many of the sculptures there are displayed in the spaces they were intended for, including early works by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Glendale Galleria - History

In 2016, it was reported that 30 million people have visited the Galleria throughout the year, making it one of the top 100 shopping centers according to Green Street Advisors. As of 2017, over 200 stores remain operational in the Galleria, with 6 of them acting as anchor stores.

Galleria (Lexington)

The Galleria was a proposed skyscraper and mall during the early 1980s in Lexington, Kentucky bounded by Upper, Main, South Mill and Vine Streets. The primary developer of the 24 level complex was the Webb Cos.; retail was to occupy the lower three levels with offices occupying the remainder. It was never constructed after failing to attract a major department store; the original plans called for two major anchor stores with numerous smaller shops and a fast food court covering two downtown blocks. The state of Kentucky had approved $15 million in economic revenue bonds for both the Galleria and the World Coal Center.

Galleria mellonella - Management

Usage of gamma radiation to sterilize male pupae, or the male sterilization technique (MST) has also been used to control Galleria mellonella populations. 350 Gy of ionizing radiation was found to be most effective, and a ratio of 4 sterilized males to 1 normal male to 1 female resulted in the greatest decrease of hatched eggs and larvae that became pupae.

Hay's Galleria - Redevelopment

The development was supported by the London Docklands Development Corporation. After its completion and opening in 1987, Hays Galleria became the first new visitor attraction of that period on the south of the river.

Poughkeepsie Galleria - History

In the early 1980s, a proposal for a two-story indoor mall in Poughkeepsie, New York was submitted. Despite much conflict and many protests, the proposal was submitted, and the mall opened on August 1, 1987 as the Poughkeepsie Galleria Mall. Upon opening, the mall had five anchor stores: G. Fox & Co., Jordan Marsh, Lechmere, Filene's, and J. C. Penney. Due to underperformance, the Filene's store closed in 1989 and was replaced with Steinbach, which relocated from South Hills Mall next door. Sears also announced plans to relocate from South Hills Plaza at the same time. Steinbach closed in 1995 and became Dick's Sporting Goods and DSW Shoe Warehouse the same year. Filene's returned to the mall in the early 1990s by taking over the defunct G. Fox chain, while Sears ultimately opened at the mall after Jordan Marsh was vacated. Montgomery Ward also moved into the mall in the early 1990s, becoming the sixth anchor and replacing an existing store in Poughkeepsie.

Walden Galleria - History

In 1990, Sibley's parent, May Co., merged operations with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Kaufmann's. That same year, local chain AM&A's (Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Company) moved from the nearby Thruway Mall into the space originally planned for B. Altman. The owner of the Thruway Mall sued the AM&A's chain, claiming breach of contract; the chain would later be declared liable for damages to the Thruway Mall, which was subsequently torn down and rebuilt as a strip mall in the early 1990s. Finally, Hoyts sold the Walden Galleria theater complex to General Cinemas by the end of the year.

Wolfchase Galleria

Wolfchase Galleria is a regional shopping mall in northeast Memphis, Tennessee managed by Simon Malls, who owns 94.5% of it. Mr Wolfchase owns the rest. Also known as 'Wolfchase' or 'The Wolfchase Mall', it is located across the street from the city limits of Bartlett, Tennessee at the intersection of Germantown Parkway and Interstate 40. Wolfchase Galleria features 117 stores, including anchors Dillard's, JCPenney, and Macy's (originally Goldsmith's), with one vacant anchor space last occupied by Sears, and a food court.

Art Gallery of Ontario - Galleria Italia

Both ends of the glass and wood canopy extend pass the building forming "tears", providing the appearance that the building's facade has been pulled off the building. The Galleria Italia is made out of 200 m glued laminated timber and glass gallery space which sites atop the Dundas Street walkway. Approximately 1,800 glued laminated timber pieces were used on the facade of the Galleria Italia; and 2,500 timber connectors.

Art Gallery of Ontario - Galleria Italia

The galleria is composed of two layers, with the inner layer formed by 47 vertical radial arches, each of which increases in spacing between one another as it approaches the main entrance. The radials provide lateral support against the wind for the outer layer, a glued laminated timber mullion grid, as it transfers the weight to the floor. Both of these sit on a steel frame, which supports the galleria. The mullion grid itself is attached to a sliding bearings, that allows its curtain wall to adjust to changes in temperature, without compromising the integrity of the wood. Most of the timber was made of Douglas fir trees, from a manufactuer based in Penticton, British Columbia. Each piece of timber is unique, given that the galleria's design featured slants that increased in width incrementally, and whose curvatures were changing throughout its length.

Walden Galleria - Present-day

Walden Galleria is the largest mall in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, as well as the busiest, with more than 18 million shoppers annually, from both Canada and the United States. Its anchor stores as of 2017 are JCPenney, Macy's, and Lord & Taylor. In 2013, new Italian Marble floors, lounge areas and lighting fixtures were installed throughout the mall. The mall also offers a valet parking service. Currently the old main entrances are being updated to reflect the newer addition to the mall. Some of the mall's newer additions include RPM Raceway Indoor Go-Karting, lululemon, Microsoft, Free People and Texas De Brazil. In November 2014, the mall was involved in a controversy regarding stores being fined for deciding not to open on Thanksgiving Day. The mall owners threatened to fine stores $200 an hour if they remain closed on the holiday.

Galleria Borghese

The Galleria Borghese (English: Borghese Gallery) is an art gallery in Rome, Italy, housed in the former Villa Borghese Pinciana. At the outset, the gallery building was integrated with its gardens, but nowadays the Villa Borghese gardens are considered a separate tourist attraction. The Galleria Borghese houses a substantial part of the Borghese collection of paintings, sculpture and antiquities, begun by Cardinal Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V (reign 1605–1621). The Villa was built by the architect Flaminio Ponzio, developing sketches by Scipione Borghese himself, who used it as a villa suburbana, a country villa at the edge of Rome.

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