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|Here an overlay showing the city of Nantes such as she was at the 19th century.||01/28/2006||316|
|This correctional facility is truly "old-school", build in the late 19th century. It is built in the so-called "pan-optical-system" which means the guards are sitting in the centre and have visual access to all five blocks/houses at any time.|
Novelist Hans Fallada wrote his famous novel "Wer einmal aus dem Blechnapf ***" while detained in Moabit.
|In Berlin the Bebelplatz (formerly known as the Opernplatz) is mainly knowm for the burning of book on 10 May 1933 by members of the S.A. and the Hitlerjugend. About 20,000 books were burned, amongst others books of Thomas Mann, Erich Maria Remarque, Heinrich Heine, Karl Marx and many other well-known authors.|
In the deep many bookcases were seen, with space for about 20,000 book...
|Fleurac Castle, located in the heart ot the Perigord (close to Les Eyzies prehistoric site) is famous for its architecture. |
This Castle is a fine example of 19th century neo-gothic style, it was reconstructed in the late 19th century and the
interior is still decorated with same era furniture.
The castle is situated in a beautiful park covering 20 hectares ...
|Founded 1448. The 15th to 19th century buildings of the college are on the opposite bank of the Cam to the 2oth century buildings, connected by the Wooden (or Mathematical) Bridge.||09/18/2005||279|
|The St. Marienkirche (Church of St. Mary) is a church in Berlin, capital of Germany. The church is located in Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse (formerly Kaiser-Wilhelm-Strasse) in central Berlin, near the Alexanderplatz. Its exact age is not known, but it was first mentioned in German chronicles in 1292. It is presumed to date from earlier in the 13th century. It was originally a Roman Catholic church b...||10/06/2006||491|
|The German football/soccer club was founded 1892 as BFC Hertha 92, taking its name from a steamship with a blue and white smokestack. 1923 the name of the club was changed after BFC joyned the other Berlin club Berliner Sport-Club (BSC).|
The founding of the association led the late 19th Century, two 16 - and 17-year-old sibling pairs - Fritz and Max Lindner, Otto and Willi Lorenz...
|Martello towers (or simply Martellos) are small defensive forts built by the British Empire during the 19th century, from the time of the Napoleonic Wars onwards. They stand up to 40 feet (12m) high (with two floors) and typically had a garrison of one officer and 25 men. Their round structure and thick walls of solid masonry made them very resistant to cannon fire, while their height made them...||03/29/2007||578|
|He was one of the most famous 19th century German romantic painter||04/25/2006||371|
|Peel Island , Moreton Bay Queensland . Now a holiday destination but in the past has been a 19th century quarantine station , early in the 20th century a leprosarium and something called a "Benevolent Asylum" .||09/13/2005||424|
|Momsenstadium Berlin.Home of the former 2.Bundesliga Soccerclub TeBe Berlin (Tennis Borussia Berlin).The stadium is located in the district of Charlottenburg.||04/26/2006||549|
|The Golden Mount is part of the Wat Saket temple located just outside the old royal city precincts, next to the Pom Mahakhan fort. The mount has a somewhat unusual history. It was started by King Rama III early in the 19th century, who wanted to build a large chedi on the site to mark the entrance to the city. However, the soft marshy ground could not support such a large structure and it colla...||08/24/2005||465|