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|This is the worlds largest 6 pack of beer in La Crosse, Wisconsin. http://www.worldslargestthings.com/wisconsin/sixpack.htm||05/17/2009||972|
|The beach at Santos, Brazil, is bordered by a garden 5.3 km (3.3 miles) long. It has a total area of 218,800 sq m (2,355,143 sq ft) and the green belt is separated by six canals.|
The garden is so gigantic that it has 38 people looking after it all year round. The first part of the garden was completed in 1939 by the Czechoslovakian gardener Carlos Colarquis. In the 1950s, the siz...
|This Cathedral was constructed in the Middle Ages using the Gothic style and a original Spanish style: Mudéjar.||10/08/2005||330|
|Traditional cheese factory in Brazil. Its main product is a creamcheese called 'Catupiry'. Recently, the pack of this cheese was replaced by plastic - in old times, was in wood composite. Placed in Bom Retiro district, at Barra do Tibagi street, next of UniBan college.||01/12/2006||305|
|Built in 1856, the Edward Elderkin residence is a two-story structure with porch on three sides, and is constructed of brick. The architecural style was popular circa 1845-1860, and is characterized by eight sides and, often, a cupola on the roof, such as on the Elderkin House. This residence is regarded as "...among the best surviving examples of the style..." and achieved recognitio...||02/15/2008||1,043|
|It surprises visitors that the Spanish province of Leon has two impressive cathedrals: Leon and Astorga, but it is normal as each city has a different bishop. Astorga is a little city, which conserves this fantastic cathedral, constructed in final Gothic style, combined with Spanish Renaissance style. Next to the cathedral, it is the wonderful bishop palace, designed by Antonio Gaudi. ||05/27/2006||309|
|(Portuguese: Palácio Hotel do Buçaco), is a luxury hotel located in the mountain range of Serra do Bussaco, in the municipality of Mealhada, in central Portugal.|
The Palace Hotel of Bussaco was built between 1888 and 1907. The first architect was the Italian Luigi Manini, who designed a Romantic palace in Neo-Manueline style, evoking the 16th-century architectural style that char...
|The Englischer Garten or "English Garden" is a large park in northeast Munich, Germany. It was founded in 1789 by Benjamin Thompson, who is also known as Count von Rumford. With an area covering 3.7 km² the Englischer Garten is one of the world's largest city parks, even bigger than New York's famous Central Park. The name refers to the style of gardening; the term "English garden" is used outs...||07/25/2005||644|
|A Gothic castle which is known from the 10th century, but the castle hill was inhabited also in the Celtic and the Great Moravian era. In the middle of the 16th century, Bratislava became the official coronation town for Hungarian Kings and at the castle there was a residence of the king. Later, the castle was rebuild in a Renaissance style. The south-west tower - also known as the jewel's towe...||11/22/2006||457|
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|The Nusretiye Mosque was erected between 1823 and 1826 by Mahmud II (1784-1839) as part of a larger project to rebuild the Tophane artillery barracks that burnt in the Firuzaga fire. It is located off the Western shore of the Bosphorus, below Tophane or the Canon Foundry established by Mehmed II (1432-1481) and was built on the former site of the Mosque of the Artillery Barracks (Tophane-i Amir...||07/17/2005||512|
|Built in 1783 in Vauban style.||08/29/2005||443|
|A Vauban style fortification located in Portugal near the border with Spain.||03/09/2009||363|