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|The "Gesellschaft fuer Schwerionenforschung" (GSI, Institute for Heavy Ion Research), located near the town of Darmstadt, Germany, is a high energy physics research center which has become famous for discovering the chemical elements Hassium (108), Meitnerium (109), Darmstadtium (110), Roentgenium (111) and Ununbium (112).||09/15/2005||525|
|11/12 September 1944|
Darmstadt: 226 Lancasters and 14 Mosquitos of No 5 Group. 12 Lancasters lost, 5.3 per cent of the Lancaster force. A previous No 5 Group attack in August had failed to harm Darmstadt but, in clear weather conditions, the group's marking methods produced an outstandingly accurate and concentrated raid on this almost intact city of 120,000 people. A fierce fire...
|Sundial at the Hochzeitsturm in Darmstadt an the first vertical sundial found in Google Earth. ||05/09/2008||865|
|Iron Cross on landingstrip at Griesheim Army Airfield, Darmstadt-Griesheim.||09/04/2006||359|
|Merck KGaA - Darmstadt|
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|Some boats and a paintball parcours in Darmstadt||09/04/2008||803|
|This building is called Waldspirale. It contains a public cafe where the architecture can be seen very well.|
|This is one of two remained watertowers in Darmstadt which reminds of times of the steam engines. ||09/10/2006||261|
|This is second of two remained watertowers in Darmstadt which reminds of times of the steam engines. ||09/10/2006||247|
|These bunkers (Hochbunker) were designed by Leo Winkel, a german constructing engineer, and so the got the name Winkelturm.||09/06/2006||560|
|In this old cemetery in the forest near Darmstadt, you can find a hayfield with graves from unknown soldiers from WWII.||07/31/2005||462|
|Burg Frankenstein above Darmstadt (Hessen/Germany) was the very place Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley got from her inspiration for her famous novel "Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus".||07/23/2005||1,045|