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|Here you can see how people prepare to harvest.|
As soon as some rain will fall ...
|I've found this dam in Xinjiang. South of Hotan.|
On the wall of the dam they are huge words.
|The construction of this project was started in the year 1948 and was completed in 1963 . It is 740 ft. high above the deepest foundation as straight concrete dam being more than three times the height of Qutab Minar. Bhakra Dam is the highest Concrete Gravity dam in Asia and Second Highest in the world.||08/06/2006||1,563|
|Soyang dam in chuncheon, Korea||08/05/2006||329|
|Camden Lock London the famous markt||08/04/2006||316|
|Complex Hydroelectric near Golmund Qinhai China.||07/23/2006||797|
|Very dangerous waste for human health. These ponds are almost as big as the city of 200.000 inhabitants. Huelva is the Spanish most lung cancer place. ||07/23/2006||355|
|Dumbea dam provide fresh water for the city of Noumea.||07/03/2006||467|
|A famous Bulgarian dam near Septemvriytsi village, Northwestern Bulgaria.||07/02/2006||352|
|this is a dam in the barrossa valley in south australia, if you whisper against one side of the wall, you can hear it on the other side, vice-versa.||07/02/2006||513|
|This river in Japan is soooo bendy! Appears to do loop the loops.||06/27/2006||1,569|
|barrage was constructed to regenerate the bay area in cardiff, capitol of wales, uk. Here is the link to wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardiff_Barrage|
|Originating in the Hijaz Mountains near Medina, the ancient waterway, currently concealed beneath sand dunes, runs northeast to Kuwait. Dubbed the Kuwait River by its modern discoverer, Farouk El-Baz from Boston University, it once joined the Tigris and Euphrates at the head of the Persian Gulf. Then because of climate changes, it dried up, sometime between 3500-2000 B. C.|
Around 6000 to...
|In Angola this river follows an amazing course that almost seems to loop back on itself. You'd truly have to paddle about 10km. to get one km. of progress.||05/21/2006||1,186|
|This is Earth Art at its finest. The colors and fractal nature of the river are gorgeous.||05/11/2006||751|
|Springs of the Danube river andn the confluence in Donaueschingen. The Danube is 2888 km long if you go from the river Breg and 2845 km if you go from Donaueschingen. It ends at the Black Sea. see another file on GEH.||04/18/2006||1,113|
|Locations of most of the german dams.||04/17/2006||664|
|Some locks in Germany and France where ships are let into the lock, doors close and water is let out. In those here the ships sail into the lock and the lock hubs up the canal.||03/28/2006||426|
|An odd square shaped canal/river in Nevada||03/01/2006||399|
|The Girotte lake is at the origin a natural lake sittued at 1753m of altitude. A dam was built to grow up the level of water in order to make a power plant.|
|Sources of the longest river in Denmark, Gudenaa of 158 km, and Skjaernaa of 94 km. Both sources ar located within 500 meters.
The Gudenaa is marked with a stone, Skjernaa is in a lake.||02/04/2006||583|
|The start of the Liverpool section of the Leeds/Liverpool canal, contained within the Eldonian Village area of the city.||01/30/2006||456|
|The Maeslantkering is situated in the Nieuwe Waterweg near Rotterdam.|
The construction was built for keeping the seawater out. In 1997 these two doors where closed for the first time. it is the intention only to close these doors when the tide is extremely high (about 3.20 meters above normal sea level).
Normaly the doors are opened to let the ships pass to Rotterdam harbour.
|Inga Dam on the Congo River||12/13/2005||731|
|Barrage de Figari en Corse du sud||12/09/2005||345|