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|In Cleveland you can see this giant rubber stamp with the word FREE as print.|
Standard Oil of Ohio (later purchased by BP, which merged with Amoco) commissioned artist Claes Oldenburg to create the 28-ft tall, 48-ft long steel office stamp in 1985. Intended for the voluminous lobby of their Euclid Avenue headquarters, the company had a change of management before its completion. ...
|In Wesley Bolin Plaza in downtown Phoenix, you can view one of the anchors of the USS Arizona and one of her two masts. The mast and 16,000 pound anchor were salvaged from the Arizona after she was sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The Arizona's other anchor is currently displayed at the Pearl Harbor museum in Hawaii.||08/28/2006||769|
|An underwater image of a 12 tons anchor, with 380 meters of chain, lost in the middle of the sea by a big cargo ship|
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|Most of the wonderful Spanish cathedrals were built using Romanesque, Gothic or Renaissance style, but the Cathedral of Cádiz is Neoclassicist. The beautiful yellow coppola and the slender towers heighten its giant aspect (although it isn´t as big as other Spanish cathedrals), which is also picturesque due to the Mediterrean sea. ||10/08/2005||320|
|The ruins of an old roman village in a charming beach in Cadiz - Spain||12/16/2005||491|
|Very big sign of an anchor in the desert||11/05/2005||683|
|Estadio del Cadiz C.F. de la primera division española||08/24/2005||376|
|The Juan Sebastián de Elcano is a training ship for the Royal Spanish Navy. She is a four-masted topsail, steel-hulled schooner. At 113 metres (370 feet) long, she is the third-largest Tall Ship in the world. |
She is named after Spanish explorer Juan Sebastián Elcano, captain of Ferdinand Magellan's last exploratory fleet. The ship also carries the de Elcano coat of arms, which w...
|Faro de Bonanza.|
Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz, España
|The small white dots that form concentric circles are the remains of concrete blocks set into the ground and used to anchor the balloon’s mooring cables.||12/08/2009||493|
|an oil tanker looks like on anchor... a nice view of black sea off coast of Turkey.||11/01/2005||528|
|Stand almost anywhere around the upper reaches of the Firth of Clyde and you will hardly fail to notice one of it's most famous landmarks.|
Locally referred to as "the sugar boat" she lies on a sandbank at the Tail o' the Bank (the upper firth anchorage) near to the promontory of Ardmore Point and was the 8325 grt Greek cargo ship CAPTAYANNIS.
On the evening of 27th...