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The origins and history of the reconstruction of the Ginza district in Tokyo, with reference to its architectural development.
Collection: Ginza, Japan in the Meiji Restoration
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Description of the Western and traditional styles of interiors and housing during the Meiji Restoration
Collection: Interior Design and Decorative Arts, Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
A timeline of the primary religions of Japan, Shinto, Buddhism, and Confucianism highlighting when they arrived in Japan and their peak years.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
The true beauty of the artwork in the Basilica-Cathedral lies in its portrayal of history on both a local and international level.
Collection: History of the Basilica - From Cornerstone to Consecration
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
A definitive element of the urban landscape is its architecture. Each building is a window into a society, revealing narratives and stories about its inhabitants.
Collection: CITYSCAPES: Figments of Urban Imagination
Creator: Confederation Centre Art Gallery
The Church’s accomplishments since its construction.
Collection: History of the Basilica - From Cornerstone to Consecration
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Bishop Mullock and Bishop Flemming had important roles in developing Catholicism in Newfoundland.
Collection: History of the Basilica - From Cornerstone to Consecration
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
To learn: 1. What secondary resources are? 2. Why they are useful? 3. What secondary resources are available for research on the Rideau Canal?
Collection: Heritage Passages
Creator: Carleton University
The influx of immigration to Newfoundland presented the need for a Roman Catholic Cathedral to be built.
Collection: History of the Basilica - From Cornerstone to Consecration
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
During the Kofun period, Japanese elite were buried in elaborate tombs decorated with hollow clay figures called haniwa that can vary much in size, shape, design, detail and placement around tombs.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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