public square

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Synonyms for public square

an open area at the meeting of two or more streets

a place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece

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Below, every point of vantage bristled with spectators, the roofs of the towering buildings, the public squares, the active ferry boats, and every favourable street intersection had its crowds: all the river piers were dense with people, the Battery Park was solid black with east-side population, and every position of advantage in Central Park and along Riverside Drive had its peculiar and characteristic assembly from the adjacent streets.
But the chief president had replied with his habitual coolness, without betraying either disturbance or surprise, that should the agitators refuse obedience to the king's wishes he would have gallows erected in the public squares and proceed at once to hang the most active among them.
It has in its park a martello tower, autographed all over by tourists, a dismantled old French fort on the hills beyond the town, and several antiquated cannon in its public squares.
The space dedicated to the TC will be located in the Public Square of the NNHQ.
Woolworth store on the west side of the public square now occupied by the Verity law firm or the W.
Vessel, the centerpiece of the Hudson Yards Public Square and Gardens, topped out last week after eight months of construction.
St David's House, near Cardiff Central Railway Station and the Principality Stadium, will make way for a new public square and an office block at the Central Square regeneration scheme.
In 1854, in a clearly orchestrated set of transactions, the county commissioners passed a resolution that reads in part: "The Board of County Commissioners therefore order that the following ground be and remain the public square in Eugene City, the present county seat of said County .
An impression of the new public square and buildings planned to mushroom at the Stephenson Quarter
The centrepiece of the next stage of developments at Stephenson Quarter is a public square between the Crowne Plaza Hotel and the Boiler Shop, an events space used for conferences, live music and other events.
Axis, which was built in the 1970s and sits next to boutique shopping mall the Mailbox, will be demolished and replaced with a modern, ten-storey office block and public square fronting on to Holliday Street and the Arena Central project.
China's political and economic transformations should be compared with that of Mexico, suggests Jorge Guajardo, a former Mexican ambassador to China, in an essay for ZA3calo Public Square.
Is theology, especially Christian theology, still valid in the public square, considering the much-maligned post-Christian premise that seems to be according degrees of dignity to "the different," variously defined and described (p.
One such event is a concert that will take place tomorrow at Geroskipou Public Square in Paphos under the name Beautiful City -- 90 Years of Mikis Theodrakis.
5 million park will open in Nad Al Sheba 2, followed by a public square in Muhaisnah 1 in the first quarter of 2016, which will cost Dh2.