The Brazilian National Congress government's Building of Brazil and Esplanade Theaters

Oct 16, 2019

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Esplanade Theatres, Singapore

Esplanade Theaters on the Two is an arts center located in downtown corenear of the mouth of the Singapore River. Named after nearby Esplanade Park, it has a concert hall which has approximately 1,600 seats and has a capacity of about 2,000 exhibits for exhibition art. In 1989, Vice President Justice Ong Teng Cheng presented a report by Chairman, Culture and Arts Consultative Council that evaluates the status of art in Singapore. This report will formulate a cultural policy for Singapore, and will lead to the establishment of the National Arts Council and the National Heritage Board. The report noted that there were deficiencies in appropriate exhibition sites. For example, the Victoria Theater was considered suitable for small to medium sized exhibits, while the Victoria Concert Hall was the same in its sitting capacity and stage size. It is recommended that the center of new performing arts will be built, and the establishment of the Singapore Arts Center in 1992, Esplanade was established.

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La Pedrera

Casa Milla, Spanish accent, also known as La Pedrera, "The Stone Quarry", is a modernist building in Barcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​referring to its unconventional rough-haired appearance. It was the last private residence designed by architect Antoni Gaudi and between 1906 and 1912. The building was started in 1906 by Pere Mila and his wife, Roser Segimon. At that time, it was designed by the guilty Iron Balconies and Josep Maria Jujol due to its undulating stone facade. Some structural innovations include self-supporting stone side and a free-plan floor, underground garage and a spectacular terrace on the ceiling. In 1984, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Since 2013, Fundacio Catalunya is the headquarters of La Pedrera, which handles visits to exhibitions, exhibitions and other cultural and educational activities at the Casa Mila.

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National Congress Building

The Brazilian National Congress is the federal government's statutory body of Brazil. Contrary to the state legislature and municipal chambers, Congress is binary, composed of federal senate and deputies’ chamber. Congress gets annually from February 2 to July 27 and from August 1 to 22, in Brasilia on an annual basis. The Senate represents 26 states and the federal district. There are three senators representing each state and federal district, elected by popular voting for eight years. Every four years, one-third of the Senate or two-thirds of the renewal is renewed. The chamber of deputies represents the people of every state, and its members are elected by a proportional representation system for a four-year period. According to the population of each state, each state is eligible for a minimum of 8 seats and a maximum of 70 seats, so the seats are allocated proportionally. Unlike the Senate, the full rate of the Chamber of Deputies is renewed every four years.