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|Photo taken over the target, 3 Nov '44, daylight raid by American B-29s based in India. Note the roundhouse & turntable, camouflaged factory/industrial roofs, old bomb craters, rolling stock in the yard. Note also the roof of the roundhouse - some light, some dark - evidence of patchwork from past raids. Also, note the shadow on the outer edge of the roundhouse. You can see where sunlight has s...||03/03/2007||684|
|IBM Corporation building, Bangkok (Krung Thep) Thailand|
|This place is for any other Expos located on Bangkok, Thailand.|
|On 14 October 1973, many pro-democracy demonstrators, mostly students, were killed in a bloody but successful effort to overthrow the dictatorial government at the time.|
Note this violent sittuatation was not so different from the better-known Thian-Um-Mhen Red Square (Tianamen Square) of The People Republic of China.
|Locations from an organized trip through the north of Thailand (including the route) with photos||11/13/2008||485|
|Port Lockroy Station has the most souther post office of Royal Mail of the UK.|
It's open when tourists comes visiting the place. It also has a museum and souvenir shop.
|The Baiyoke Sky Hotel-Thailand's tallest hotel, rising 94 storeys above the Bangkok skyline, strategically located in the heart of downtown.|
Editors Note -
From Wikipedia: The height of the building is 304 m (997 ft) tall. There are about 85 floors. The hotel has 673 guest rooms. The building has a public observatory on the 77th floor. It is Thailand's first and only open-a...
|Experience how forms of communication have developed from the days of Christian IV to todayís Internet and mobile telephones. The exhibitions take you on a thrilling journey through time, dipping into the most important and exciting episodes in the history of communications in Denmark. An audio section, where you can listen to living personal stories from the past, has lately expanded the exh...||03/16/2008||290|
|A couple of planes painted in camouflage in Thailand.||09/16/2005||454|
|Nowadays, new buidings of Ministry of Commerce of Thailand, located on Chaopraya River, is in Nonthaburi Province.|
|Another plane in Japan, this time a gray plane flying near Enzan (according to a post from the google earth community). Not sure what company this is, if you know, care to post a comment? Thanks.||04/26/2006||483|
|Some interesting places in the province of Phangnga, Thailand - including photos||11/13/2008||428|