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|Perched on cliffs of Bonifacio, the semaphore of Pertusato is southern most of France. It day before 24 hours a day and 365 days per year on maritime circulation in the strait separating Corsica from Sardinia. A strait which is famous to be one of most dangerous of the Mediterranean. Pertusato belongs to the network of the 19 semaphores of the French Mediterranean littoral which also has the...||12/10/2005||286|
|This is the location of the big Water Tanks owned by the Mediterranean Film Studios, Kalkara, Malta. Some famous films (more exactly "scenes") were made here. So "Pirates of the Caribian" or "U-571" had some scenes from here. Check also the link in the placemarks description!||10/16/2006||821|
|3470 m (11,384 ft).|
Last Known Eruption: 2005.
One of Africa's most notable volcanoes, Nyiragongo contained a lava lake in its deep summit crater that was active for half a century before draining catastrophically through its outer flanks in 1977.
|South west of Italy||05/02/2006||438|
|South west of Sicily, Italy in the Mediterranean||05/02/2006||370|
|One of the most beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean||01/11/2006||573|
|Tenis, Montecarlo, ATP Master Series Stadia. In Monaco in front of the Mediterranean (Mediterraneo) Sea.||08/15/2005||598|
|The basic implementation of 3D model of Faculty of Architecture building in Eastern Mediterranean University, TRNC.||01/05/2010||854|
|This is perhaps the site of a devastating meteor impact in the Middle East.|
The catastrophic effect from which could explain the mystery of why so many early cultures went into sudden decline around 2300 BC.
Today's crater lies on what would have been shallow sea 4,000 years ago, and any impact would have caused devastating fires and flooding.
The near circular, ~3.4 km-d...
|Venice the city in the Mediterranean.||08/01/2005||1,210|
|Besides laying waste to huge areas of forest, fires burning in Greece in August 2007 released pollutants that traveled across the Mediterranean Sea and into Africa. This image shows aerosols—tiny solid or liquid particles suspended in air—observed by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) on NASA’s Aura satellite.|
On August 26, 2007, aerosols from the fires took a fairly direct ro...
|Lampedusa (Isola di Lampedusa in Italian) is the largest of the Pelagie Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, 205 km from Sicily and 113 km from Tunisia. The island belong to Italy and is a well know immigration gate to Europe. ||11/22/2005||352|
|A superoiltanker (224.000 tons)lies in front of the city of Arenzano, in the Italian Riviera. It sunk in 1991|
Five persons of the crew died, and about 144,000 tons of heavy crude oil burnt.