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|This is another version of Lord of the Rings filming locations.||10/17/2006||8,752|
|Place of turning of film "the Lord of the rings". This Photo was taken between 1995 and 1996 before the beginning of turning in January 2000. ||04/05/2006||2,423|
|Three interlocking rings painted on a rooftop in Sapporro||08/13/2009||249|
|This time I find the several weird rings under the sea. There are 20m(diameter) x 3, 13m x 4, 6m x 2. They are actually "tubes" if you check their shadows. There are some floating white dots and a rectangle sampan(I guess). I wander what they are.||12/26/2008||1,900|
|New Zealand's Mount Ruapehu erupts|
WELLINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - New Zealand's Mount
Ruapehu, famed as a key location in the "Lord of the Rings" film trilogy, has erupted, spewing out ash and rock that injured one climber, officials said, adding there could be further eruptions
|The olympic rings drawn on the ground at Ellinikon Airport, Athens. ||01/23/2008||380|
|The Olympic Rings painted on the floor outside a stadium in Ganzhou, China||07/04/2009||222|
|Saturns Rings overlay on the |
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|Lord Howe Island is a small island in the Pacific Ocean 600 km east of Australia.and belong to Australia.350 permanent residents are living on the island. The Lord Howe Island group was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Howe_Island||07/03/2006||637|
|Mount Ngauruhoe is a 2,291 metres high cone shaped volcano on the edge of the Tongariro massif. The volcano is new Zealand's most active volcano with 61 eruptions since 1839.|
The volcano is the `Mt Doom` in the movie Lord of the Rings.
It is the youngest vent and highest peak in the Tongariro volcanic complex on the Central Plateau of the North Island, and first erupted about 2,50...
|Olympic Rings at a plaza in Atlanta!||08/25/2005||415|
|Timber Circle in Wiltshire, England.|
Durrington Walls is a prehistoric henge enclosure monument situated close to Woodhenge and Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain. It is a Class II henge and measures around 500m in diameter. It was first discovered by ariel photography in 1925.
The location was first occupied during the middle Neolithic(around 3100-2400BC). Two rings of concentric ti...