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opened in Northland Center 1954 and was the United States' first suburban shopping mall?
was the first Karrinyup Shopping Centre mall in Western Australia to implement a complete ban on smoking?
in Sapporo Factory Japan, a building complex with a shopping mall, offices, a multiplex movie theatre and a Meissen porcelain museum, was originally constructed as a brewery?
is one of five Westfield Brandon shopping malls in the U.S. state of Florida managed by the Australian Westfield Group?
upon completion, the
Mausoleum of Khomeini (pictured), under construction since Ayatollah Khomeini died, will have a tourist center, a university and a shopping mall?
Egyptian Bazil Ashmawy spent a night with ghostbusters in a haunted shopping centre and was hypnotised by witches to meet his ancestors for his TV show ?
Baz's Culture Clash a
textile factory located in has now been converted to a "luxury the mill village of Mumbai mall" (pictured)?
in McFarland Mall Tuscaloosa is the second oldest standing shopping mall in the US state of Alabama?
in Gostiny Dvor Saint Petersburg, opened in 1785, was the largest shopping mall of the 18th-century Russia and remains one of the oldest continuously existing department stores in the world?
was the largest urban One City Center shopping mall in the United States when it opened in 1986?
, who went on a Sulejman Talović shooting rampage at a shopping mall in Salt Lake City, Utah, was a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina?
was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences for killing three people in 1985 in a Sylvia Seegrist Pennsylvania shopping mall, even though she had a history of paranoid schizophrenia?
Ford developed a people mover system known as , but the only one to see passenger service was built between the ACT Hyatt Regency hotel and Fairlane Town Center shopping mall on Ford-developed lands in Dearborn, MI?
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Question 1: Other important shopping centers built in the 1920s and early 1930s are the Highland Park Village in ________, Texas; River Oaks in Houston, Texas; and Park and Shop in Washington, D.C..
Question 2: Modern "car-friendly" strip malls developed from the 1920s, and shopping malls corresponded with the rise of suburban living in many parts of the Western World, especially the ________, after World War II.
Question 4: High land prices in populous cities have led to the concept of the "vertical mall," in which space allocated to retail is configured over a number of stories accessible by ________ and/or escalators linking the different levels of the mall.
Question 5: The Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, opened in 2004, and ________, opened in 2009, are the only malls built in Canada since 1992.
Question 6: It contains a hotel, luxury condominiums, and office space and sits atop a block-long base containing an eight-level atrium-style retail mall that fronts on the ________.
Question 9: The standard British pronunciation of the word "mall" is as in " – the tree-lined avenue leading to The Mall, London" ________, London and also like " (friend). pal"
Question 10: In the mid-20th century, with the rise of the suburb and ________ culture in the United States, a new style of shopping centre was created away from downtown.