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No. 6 manga sceneries and backgrounds

No. 6 - City and Moondrop | No. 6 - Chronos, young Shion’s house | No. 6 - Chronos - Twilight House | No. 6 - Lost Town & Karan’s Bakery | West Block | West Block - Market | West Block - Inukashi’s Hotel | West Block - Correctional Facility | Mao Forest

If you are, a true fan of the Twilight series will immediately recognize this modern and luxurious building. Of course, you are right; this is the house where the Cullen’s live, especially Edward Cullen, which is already married for Bella. Currently the residence of the Cullen family may have already been sold for $ 3.3 million. Arthur Erickson designed this modern house.


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Theodore Bikel (May 2, 1924 – July 20, 2015) Actor, folk singer, musician, composer, and activist.

Bikel was a guest star on many popular television shows. He appeared in an episode of the 1954 NBC legal drama Justice based on cases from the Legal Aid Society of New York.

Later, Bikel guest starred on Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone (episode “Four O'Clock” as Oliver Crangle). He appeared on episodes of Wagon Train, Hawaii Five-O, Columbo, Charlie’s Angels, The San Pedro Beach Bums, Cannon, Little House on the Prairie, Mission: Impossible, Gunsmoke, Dynasty, All in the Family, Knight Rider, Murder She Wrote and Law & Order. He appeared on the game show Super Password as a celebrity guest in 1988.

In the early 1990s, he appeared on Star Trek: The Next Generation, in the episode “Family”, playing Sergey Rozhenko, the Russian-born adoptive father of Worf. Bikel performed two roles in the Babylon 5 universe, in 1994 as Rabbi Koslov in the first season episode “TKO” and in 1998, as Ranger leader Lenonn in the TV movie Babylon 5: In the Beginning. (Wikipedia)