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|Invasion Map for Normandy's Omaha beach west|
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|The geodesic centre, and geographic northernmost, southernmost, westernmost, easternmost and highest points of Portugal.||09/29/2006||799|
|The Geographic Centre, Northernmost, Southernmost, Westernmost and Easternmost points of Bulgaria.|
|Another picture from "Africa Megaflyover" by National Geographic. Picture by J. Michael Fay.|
|According to National Geographic, |
"The front of a burn line on the Chobe River, virtually all of the continent that can easily be burned is set aflame every year."
Photo by: J. Michael Fay.
|Near Bourges three villages lay claim to being the precise geographic centre of France. The honour is generally given to Saulzais-le-Potier, a row of stone houses with a two-metre monument. The region of Centre has the reputation of being the part of France where the purest French is spoken.||04/06/2006||521|
|My professor allowed me to submit a GE tour instead of a paper. The topic was something like"What are Alaska's geographic features and how have they affected the state's history?". Anyway I took a lot of liberties with the topic. I mostly did this so that I would learn the program as I am trying to teach my middle school social studies kids how to use it.||03/27/2006||869|
|The Global Geographic Names database contains the names and location of almost 9 million features of interest throughout the world. The features include mountains, government buildings, forests, parks, and many more.||06/11/2009||1,311|
|The shadow of the plane that took all the pictures in the National Geographic Africa Megaflyover layer. ||02/06/2008||617|
|Minor geographic regions of Hungary, made by eov. Source: http://www.novenyzetiterkep.hu/?q=magyar/node/407||10/27/2010||3,266|
|This map shows the allied plan for the invasion of Japan.||09/13/2005||1,888|
|Utah Beach was the codename for the right flank or westernmost of the Allied landing beaches during the D-Day invasion of Normandy, as part of Operation Overlord on 6 June 1944. Utah was added to the invasion plan toward the end of the planning stages, when more landing craft became available.||12/04/2009||2,018|