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Abqaiq has a 500-year-old salt mine that is still in operation, while Uqair has several old government buildings and the ruined customs house, once an important Portuguese port and caravan terminus.
The first building in the world to have a smoke-free policy was the Old Government Building in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1876.
When Woking's program began in the early 1990s, the motivation was not emissions reductions but to save money by improving the energy efficiency of the burough's old government buildings.
Loading up two armored ambulances, he convoyed into the city in the dead of night to establish an aid station in the prayer room of an old government building.
Old Montreal, with its church spires and museums and old government buildings, its creperies and ice cream stands, is now one of the city's main tourist destinations.