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|-The nice figure of an ape at Sandy Lane Golf Course at Barbados.|
-Zeichnung eines Affen auf dem Golfplatz Sandy Lane, Barbados.
-Dessin d'un singe sur le terrain de golf Sandy Lane, Barbade.
|It's a map of Barbados.||01/29/2006||824|
|The golf courses of Barbados are catalogued here. There are six in total. Two nine hole courses and four eighteen hole courses||08/24/2006||851|
|Often called the case of the moving coffins, the Chase family crypt in Barbados was the location of an unusual haunting. During the years of 1812 to 1820, the six solid lead coffins were found thrown around the sealed solid rock crypt after people reported hearing strange sounds coming from the crypt. Each time the crypt was opened, the coffins put back to their original locations and sealed ag...||08/27/2005||616|
|Colonisation of the new worlds! In 1938 and ahead Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl proved by a series of sailing trips in rafts of ancient design that it was possible for Americans to reach Polynesia (The Kon Tiki expedition), that Africans/Europeans could reach the Caribian and further on to the Americas (The Ra expeditions) and that the world's earliest urban civilizations, like the Mesopotamia at th...||12/12/2012||722|
|Eight venues across the West Indies have been selected to host the 2007 Cricket World Cup final tournament.|
The stadium capacities are all seated
1. Barbados - Bridgetown - Kensington Oval - 32,000
2. Antigua & Barbuda - St John's - Sir Vivian Richards Stadium - 20,000
3. Grenada - St George's - Queen's Park - 20,000
|Carnival Victory is a Triumph Class cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Lines. It was launched in 2000. Some of its features include a nine-story atrium, four pools, numerous dining options, various entertainment options, a casino, and a spa. It is structurally identical to its sister ship, Carnival Triumph. The Triumph Class ships are closely related to the earlier Destiny Class, but diffe...||10/06/2009||542|
|The Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world, located at La Brea in southwest Trinidad. It has fascinated explorers, scientists and the common folk since its discovery by Sir Walter Raleigh in the year 1595. Raleigh himself found immediate use for the asphalt to caulk his ship. Since then, there have been numerous research investigations into the use and chemical compos...||07/19/2009||525|