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The Smith Tower opened on July 4, 1914. At the time, it was the fourth tallest building in the world and weighed 48,650 tons. It remained the tallest building west of the Mississippi River for almost 50 years.
Height: 42 floors. (522 feet from curbside to the top of the tower finial.)
|Salt recolt on this china lake.||08/15/2005||506|
|Port of Hurghada||08/15/2005||2,903|
|And its moving||08/15/2005||354|
|This Overlay shows the actual Ozone (O3) concentration in germany. Investigated by Umweltbundesamt||08/14/2005||2,977|
|Big Smoke from a burning oil field in Iraq||08/14/2005||619|
|A large 5-looping roller coaster at the annual fair in Nuremberg, Germany||08/14/2005||473|
|I simply found it interesting and maybe someone can explain it .||08/14/2005||914|
|Red, green and blue in the Bay Area near San Jose||08/14/2005||434|
|Portion of circles missing because of a map misalignment...but where is the other half of them?||08/14/2005||433|
|A small, narrow and misaligned map segment.||08/14/2005||333|
|Ayers Rock (Overlay)||08/13/2005||2,970|
|beware: it is a 15 MB picture to be downloaded!||08/13/2005||1,650|
|The large intersection on the edge of Ginza. Many people can be seen crossing the street. The Sony building is at the south point of the intersection.||08/13/2005||528|
|Lots of people on Ocean Beach, CA.|
Also possible that they are surfers in the water.
If you zoom to the far end there are heaps of cars and folk.
|The current traffic at bavarian motorways (autobahnen), renewed every 60sek.|
Die aktuelle Verkehrslage auf den Autobahnen Bayerns. Aktuallsierung alle 60sek.
|I think, this is a great view.|
You can see the clouds very well.
|There are a lot of clouds in whole panama, not only this |
|Pretty clouds over Russia!||08/12/2005||475|
|Brazilian Air Temperature (bulbo seco) by INMET||08/12/2005||1,336|
|Brazilian Moisture air by INMET||08/12/2005||731|
|Brazilian Waves updated by INPE.||08/12/2005||840|
|Four peoples playing tennis.||08/12/2005||584|
|There are four different satellite images, in the same place that are superimposed.||08/12/2005||703|