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|In the Fredenbaum Park in Dortmund, Germany, stands the biggest Indian tipi of the world. About 35 meters high, it was built for the EXPO 2000 in Hannover. http://www.bigtipi.dortmund.de/||05/23/2006||453|
|Zoo in Dortmund, Germany. Added plaemarks to a few visible animals. Prtty high resolution.||04/18/2006||631|
|A small theatre in the near off Dortmund. The owner of the theatre was some years a go the speaker in the Westfalia-Stadion of Dortmund. In the region he is called "Günna" like a popular name in the Ruhr region. His real name is Bruno Knust. His website: http://www.theater-olpketal.de/||03/25/2007||537|
|Here you can see the public observatory in Dortmund.|
The observatory was build in two phases. The library was build in the late 1950th as a buildung of the 1st "Bundesgartenschau". In the middle of the 1970th the "Astronomische Verein Dortmund e.V." (founded 1913) has gone to this building.
In autumn of 1984 the club has opened the new observatory building with a 25 cm mirror tele...
|The Signal Square was neither fish nor fowl. It was installed and maintained at aerodromes by Airports staff, and operated by the resident groundsman or airport fireman on the instruction of the air traffic controller or flight service officer.|
Read more in the placemark.
|Westfalen Stadium (home of Borussia Dortmund) and Westfalen Hall in Dortmund (Germany)||08/12/2005||1,033|
|1925 the airport Dortmund Brackel was opened with the route Copenhagen-Hamburg-Bremen-Dortmund-Frankfurt/Main-Stuttgart-Zurich and soon after following cities came on to direct flights: Hannover, Berlin, Halle, Leipzig, Bremen, Hamburg, Frankfurt/Main and Amsterdam.|
1928 8,000 take offs and landings and was the second most important airport in Western Germany. Only Cologne was mo...
|Overlay for the City of Dortmund, Germany||08/08/2005||1,870|
|The Rugby VLF transmitter went in service in 1926 and was originally used to transmit telegraph messages to the Commonwealth. After the 1950s this transmitter, active as callsign GBR (short for Great Britain) on 16 kHz, was used for transmitting coded messages to submerged submarines. A second transmitter was installed for transatlantic telephony but later transformed to the time signal trans...||02/15/2006||510|
|This is the Training from Borussia Dortmund. They are playing in the First Bundesleauge in Germany.||04/25/2006||360|
|A SPOOKY signal box at Naworth is being investigated by a ghost hunter after its eerie atmosphere left a rail worker trembling.|
A Ghost hunter believes that eerie sounds could be linked to a tragic accident in August 1926 when two children aged seven and 12 were among the nine people killed in a crash between a train and a coach. Six others were seriously injured.
|When the City of Syracuse first started to install traffic signal lights in the 1920’s, they put one at a busy intersection on the hill, the corner of Tompkins Street and Milton Avenue. Some Irish youths, incensed that anyone would dare put the “British” red above the “Irish” green broke the light continually until the city relented and let the green remain on top. Today at the intersection, a ...||01/11/2010||1,651|