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Who worked to have philadelphia's street lights at night and paved?

Benjamin Franklin:)


How was Cordoba different from the rest of Western Europe?

It was a large area with paved streets and was a god cultural center.


What political party had limited success in elections but paved the way for antislavery?

The Free-Soil Party -apex


What did Sandra Day O' Connor do?

Sandra Day O'Connor was the first women on the United States Supreme Court.


How was manor life different than town and city life?

Manor Life The center of the manor was the house where the lord and his family lived. A manor was a piece of land having farm fields, and woods, a hamlet or village, farm buildings, and a house for a lord to live in with his family. Sometimes there was a second, smaller, nice house. Peasants called serfs lived and worked on the manor. The homes of the lords of the estates, and tended to be large and much more comfortable than the houses of other people. Some of the manor houses were fortified, and these could look very much like castles. Activities on the manor were from farming to woodworking to wine making. Town Life In the center of the town were the market square and a cathedral.Most medieval towns were dirty, cramped, and busy places. The streets were narrow, dirty, and usually not paved. Goldsmiths, bakers, weavers, and dryers had a town life. Most of the houses were made out of wood and easily caught on fire. In towns people with the same occupation formed groups called guilds. Guilds watched out for their members and worked to make sure everyone found employment.

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Who worked to have Philadelphia's streets lit at night and the streets paved?

William Penn


Who worked to have the streets of philadelphia paved and lit at night?

William Penn


Who worked to have philadelphia's street lights at night and paved?

Benjamin Franklin:)


Where in the world are the streets paved with water?

Venice, Italy.


How where the streets of Rome?

Many of the streets of Rome were alleys as the city was crowded. The main streets were either gravelled of stone-paved.


Why were the streets paved in New York?

it is smoother than cobblestones.


What was the first major US city to have paved streets?

New York


Where in the world are all the streets paved with water?

In Venice Italy the streets are canals, and you move around using Gondolas.


What is a sentence using the word streets?

Dick Whittington went to London because he believed the streets were paved with gold.


What was the first European city that had all of its streets paved?

In Rome, the world's first paved streets were laid out in 170 B.C. The new streets were popular, as they were functional in all types of weather and were easy to keep clean, but they amplified the city's noise level.


Is Venice's streets paved with water?

I have no idea what you mean by paved, but yes Venice is a city that was built atop of water with mostly water streets that people would get around by driving boats and gondolas. Yet, Venice has also some cobblestone streets.


What hymn contains the lyrics 'you are going to a city where the streets are paved with gold'?

That's almost it. "City Where the Streets are Paved with Gold". It's based on Revelation 21:21: "The great street of the city was of gold, as pure as transparent glass." So, as you see, the Bible doesn't say, "paved" (or streets either -- it's one street).

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