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|The Gneisenau was transfered to the Gotenhafen (Gdynia) branch of Deutsche Werke in April 1942. On the photograph she can be seen in the floating dock in Gotenhafen (Gdynia). Here her stem was cut off and used as scrap metal.||10/09/2007||1,122|
|Stadium of Polish Ekstraklasa team Arka Gdynia. Built in 1929 with a capacity for 12,000 people. (Arka moved into the stadium in 1999 and share the stadium with city rivals Baltyk Gdynia)||11/25/2005||238|
|city gdynia - poland||11/13/2005||858|
|The Marine Museum of Gdynia is focused on the history of the Polish navy history.|
The museum contains a huge collection (20.000 pieces) of weapons used by the Polish navy.
Show-piece is currently the ORP Blyskawica, a Polish destroyer used in the Second World War
Address:ul. Zawszy Czarnego 1a, 81-374, Gdynia
For the current visitor information, pleas...
|A very small overlay of the center of Arles, including Roman monuments. This is my first overlay.||11/21/2005||880|
|The overlay doesn't match up very well, but the area is such low-resolution that any overlay helps.|
Address: Madeira Drive
Brighton BN2 1TW England
Phone numbers: +44 1273 609361 Local
+44 1273 684289 FAX
Official web site: http://www.brightonpier.co.uk
|This overlay shows famous locations of Izmir. Name of main streets can also be seen. Image overlay in color. Izmir-Turkey.||09/30/2005||1,183|
|Four overlays of Brazil:|
Brazilian Vegetation (overlay). Vegetacao do Brasil. IBGE
Brazilian Geology (overlay). Geologia do Brasil. IBGE
Brazilian Relief (overlay). Relevo do Brasil. IBGE
Brazilian Climate Profile (overlay). Perfil Climatico do Brasil. IBGE.
Note: fairly large file size.
|Map overlay that shows the islands names, the volcanos, canals. ||08/24/2005||533|
|I decided to create this overlay as I really like the circuit,Hope you enjoy.||11/22/2005||985|
|This is an overlay for an island north of Stavanger, Norway.||11/22/2005||704|
|Hi res overlay of The Geographical Center of North America.|
Marked at this junction with a rock obelisk about 15 feet tall.