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|Under this site is the giant salt dome of Hvornum west of Hobro. from this site Dansk Salt A/S, Danish Salt Inc, pump up salt for households and road deicing of roads.|
It's that big there is enough salt for hundreds of years.
|This is one of the large salt lakes that provides salt to the world. It is on the coast of Torrevieja, Spain. When the sun is at it's highest it turns pink.||01/03/2006||743|
|The Wieliczka Salt Mine, located in the town of Wieliczka in southern Poland, lays within Kraków metropolitan area. The mine had been in continuous operation, producing table salt since the 13th century until 2007 as one of the world's oldest operating salt mines (the oldest being in Bochnia, Poland, some 20 kilometers away from Wieliczka). The mine is a major tourist attraction, with about 1.2...||08/21/2009||803|
|A huge amount of salt in Argentina||08/03/2005||734|
|A huge dry salt flat in Northern Namibia, heart of the famous Etosha National Park, which is teeming with wildlife (around, not within, the salt flat). Wikipedia info.||08/18/2005||974|
|Guérande is a city of c. 10,000 inhabitants, located on the Guérande peninsula, 80 km west of Nantes and 6 km north of La Baule, the most important sea resort in the area.|
The city is still surrounded by walls built in the XIV-XVth centuries. On 12 April 1365 was signed in Guérande the treaty which ended the Breton Succession War. In 1488, duchess Ann of Brittany signed in Guéran...
|Leaving Salt Lake City||08/30/2005||554|
| And it looks so good! It´s Africa! |
situated in the north of Botswana, this place (18km2!) is an open-field "mine" of salt. It´s the quantity of salt and microorganisms in the water witch produce those differences of colours.
built in 1991, by the company Soda Ash Botswana, this place produce 300 000Tons of soda and 650 000Tons of salt, each year.
The lake is ...
|Locations of the 2002 winter games in Salt Lake City.||02/12/2006||355|
|This is a school that everyone around the area that I live in knows about.||03/21/2006||372|
|A graduation tower (often falsely called saltworks) consists of a wooden frame, which is filled with brushwood bundles (predominant black thorn). It serves grading, i.e. increasing the salt amount of a brine. By letting the brine the graduation tower run down, wind and sun contribute to evaporating the water existing in the brine. At the same time impurities of the brine (e.g. lime or gypsum) i...||09/29/2006||298|
|I hope it never rains on these houses...||07/01/2008||1,424|