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|On the Westerplatte peninsula stands a soviet T-34/76 (mod. 1943) tank.|
|'Arkham Asylum'from "batman begins" filmed in UK, north of London.||02/03/2006||916|
|Paris, France. Right : the glass pyramid of the Louvre, where the novel begins. Left : the reversed pyramid, in the circle, where the novel ends...The movie was also filmed there, in August 2005.||09/14/2005||1,479|
|The construction of the new high speed rail connecting Paris to Strasbourg can be seen from google earth. We can only see a piece of that giant construction of 406 km that begins in 2002. The train is not open by now and SNCF is still working on it. See http://www.lgv-est.com/ for more details.||11/12/2005||459|
|The Pointer marks the Tower at Cecilia Metella (Tomba di Cecilia Metella). This is where the pedestrian precinct of Via Appia antica (the Appian Way) begins.
|The Danube is the longest river in central Europe. It begins in the Black Forest in Germany and empties out in the Black Sea 1,794 miles later.||08/26/2005||907|
|Built in 1920 for the construction of airships. The famous R101 was built here and flew from here on its tragic maiden voyage. One of the largest buildings in the world - only the VAB at Kennedy Space Centre has a larger volume. Hangar 2 is now used for such things as film sets - Batman Begins was mostly filmed inside it!||12/04/2005||226|
|Here all begins when you want to join the French Foreign Legion, Legion Etrangere. It's located in the outskirts east of Paris.|
|Located in California near Los Angeles, Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of the biggest theme parks in the world. Rides include Superman: The Escape, the Batman Begins Stunt Show and Batman: the Ride.||07/19/2005||1,250|
|The cape's lighthouse |
Construction of the lighthouse was completed in 1772, and the structure rises 144 meters in height above the cape.
The cape is a popular tourist attraction, and the site features a monument with a crucifix bearing an inscription Portuguese:
Here, where the land ends and the sea begins...(Luis de Camões)
|The history of the settlement of Basel begins on the Münsterhügel. In the first century BC, Celts from the Rauriker Tribe lived here in a fortified oppidum. In the Rittergasse remains of the so-called Keltenwall (Celtic Wall) can be viewed through panels in the ground. Basel’s Cathedral (Münster) was built in the early 11th century, and has been restored many times in the intervening years.||10/04/2005||336|
|Paris-Roubaix is maybe the hardest bicycle race in the world next to the Tour de France. It's 261 km long and 2/3 is driven on small cobblestone roads. The race begins in Compiegne north of Paris.||05/06/2006||491|