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|Dubai Courts is one of the oldest entities in the emirates and dates back to 1833 during the foundation of Dubai as an emirate.|
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|Still under constrution in this picture, the Urbis Museum is now open to the public in Manchester, UK. Museum of urban life in central Manchester. Includes information for visitors, teachers and corporate entities, and details of current exhibitions. www.urbis.org.uk||01/11/2007||268|
|GE 4, networklink: 3D modelled cruiseships moving in realtime around the world, with possibility to follow one at the time, as it moves.||01/19/2007||10,401|
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We have more than 350,000 Wikipedia -links in your database. We support 11 languages in the moment.
|results, stadiums in 3D and weather information/webcams (cities and stadiums)|
For each stadium, a popup shows the match schedule with the results of the matches as they are played.
Update: The match results will be updated automatically by the networklink build in the kmz file.
STADIUMS IN 3D:
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|The Aachen Cathedral (Wikipedia), frequently referred to as the "Imperial Cathedral" (in German: Kaiserdom) of Aachen, is the oldest cathedral in northern Europe. Charlemagne began the construction of the Palace Chapel in 786. When he died in 814, he was buried in his own cathedral, and his bones are still preserved in a special shrine...||08/11/2005||1,285|
|Quite a nice place to relax, have a picnic etc. There's a minature train and a maze too. Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weston_Park,_Canberra||09/29/2005||433|
|One of the most famous & beautiful castles in Saxony, Germany.|
It was build as hunting lodge from 1542-1546 and later used by the Elector of Saxony Augustus II the Strong.
|Here you have a server with links to the german Wikipedia.|
With the bigest cities and the largest articles.
|Haithabu was the biggest Nordic city during the Viking Age. It is located at the head of a narrow, navigable inlet, the Schlei in the province of Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany. Find more at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedeby||08/19/2005||462|
|The formation itself may not seem that interesting, but the historical facts are! Info at Wikipedia.||08/24/2005||1,173|