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|All USGS listed property (40+ acres)||06/20/2006||313|
|Disputed portion of the Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)||07/18/2005||437|
|This is a map overlay of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge commonly known an ANWR. See wikipedia for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANWR||12/05/2005||498|
|More a fortress than a castle, Veste Coburg, once one of the largest fortifications in the Holy Roman Empire, provided refuge for Martin Luther in 1530. Now known as the Crown of Franconia, its massive stone towers and bulwarks command a hilltop overlooking Coburg. ||03/30/2006||454|
|Johnston Atoll is a 2.8 km² atoll in the North Pacific Ocean at 16°45′ N 169°30′ W, about one-third of the way from Hawai'i to the Marshall Islands. Johnston Island and Sand Island are natural islands, which have been expanded by coral dredging. North Island (Akau) and East Island (Hikina) are artificial islands formed from coral dredging. |
Johnston is an unincorporat...
|The Geffrye Museum is unique in that it displays living room interiors of the English middle class from the 17th century to the late 20th. The 18th century buildings were originally almshouses for poor eastenders and the gardens still offer a peaceful refuge from the city traffic.||09/16/2005||210|
|Mona is a small island, located about 45 miles west of Mayagüez. It is uninhabited by people, although it is said that native indians resided in it centuries ago and that its name derives from one of the indian chiefs.|
The island has been declared a national refuge for wild life, which includes several species endemic to the island.
|Originally as a place of refuge for the inhabitants of the nearby knight's estate the castle construction was built at the end of the 12th century.|
From 1512 to 1519 the castle was converted into a Renaisance Water-surrounded castle and a moat and a huge water canal system was built.
|In this file you can see the major Syrian refuge camps in Jordan and Syria.|
Jordan: The camps of Mrajeeb Al Fhood and Zaatari.
Turkey: The camps of Akcakale, Apaydin, Boynuyogun, Ceylanpınar, Islahiye, Reyhanli and Yayladagi I and II.
|At the start of World War II, the Army took over the existing airfield at Harris Neck for training pilots. After WWII, the Army gave the land to McIntosh County. Today it is part of the Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge.|
|Gaddafi was discovered hiding here 20/10/2011 with several of his bodyguards in a drain underneath a road west of the city. He took refuge there after being targeted by a NATO airstrike while attempting to flee the city.|
the location of the airstrike is 200 metres to the southeast of the drain location on the right side of the road
|Buldir Island (52º21'N 175º56'E) is the most remote island in the Aleutians, located in the middle of a 120 mile wide pass between the Rat Islands and the Near Islands. With 21 breeding seabird species (including 12 auks), the island supports the most diverse seabird colony in the northern hemisphere. In collaboration with the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge of the US Fish and Wildlife...||11/08/2006||406|