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|This is the harbor of Mukran. The ferry drive from Mukran to Klapeida in Russia.|
Mukran is situated of the island Ruegen. Ruegen is a island in the Baltic Sea.
|Ruegenpark is located in Gingst on the island of Ruegen and one of the attractions is a miniaturemap of Ruegen.|
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|Slavic temple area on the island Ruegen. it was destroyed by the danish bishop and founder of Copenhagen, Absalon, and the danish King Valdemar the Great in the year 1168 after the God figure Svantevit was thrown out of the temple. Svantevit had 4 heads and meant "I see the world".|
This was the beginning of christianisation on Ruegen.
|The wonderful island of Ruegen in the North of Germany.||08/09/2005||850|
|Torcross is a village in the South Hams district of Devon. It stands at the southern end of Slapton Sands, which was the scene in 1944 of the ill-fated Exercise Tiger, a full-scale rehearsal for the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Nine German torpedo boats (E-boats), alerted by heavy radio traffic, intercepted the exercise sinking two tank landing ships. This Sherman tank, sunk in the action, was r...||12/10/2009||286|
2. Seagoing s/ms
4. Hipper class cruiser
5. K class cruiser
6. 3 Oceangoing s/ms
7. Cruiser Minelayers
8. Torpedo Boats
9. 3 seagoing s/ms
10. Sail Training Ship
11. Destroyer under repair
12. Tanker 570'
13. Tanker 570'
14. Liner 500'
15. Tanker 400'
|This sunken ship was found near the coast of fortaleza||07/12/2006||829|
|A couple of ghost boats docking at Alcatraz Island. Tourists can be seen on the boats and on the dock getting on and off the boats.||01/03/2009||2,323|
|This appears to be a sunken boat to be used as an artificial reef. It is located in the Red Sea just off the coast of Egypt. There are a couple in this area and are easy to find.||05/30/2007||648|
|This German bunker of the type Sk, was used to store torpedo's. The outer walls are 2.50 meters thick and the roof is 3 meters.<br>|
|Vertical aerial photograph, taken 27 October 1941.|
The larger ship docked at the Navy Yard (in the right side of the image) is USS Canopus (AS-9), with two destroyers flanking the nearby pier. Six motor torpedo boats (PT) are tied up to the pier in upper right center.
|Sunken boat just offshore of an island north of Auckland NZ||08/05/2005||929|