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|There are a lot of choppers around, so maybe these crosses are helipads.||09/03/2006||354|
|These 3 iron crosses look like helipads and they are located in Munsan, North Korea.||08/29/2006||545|
|2 Eiserne Kreuze auf Landebahn in Bad Kreuznach.|
2 Iron Crosses on a landingstrip in Bad Kreuznach.
|2 Iron Crosses at Floyd Bennett Airfield New York.|
2 Eiserne Kreuze auf dem Floyd Bennett Flugplatz in New York.
|The 2 other ones are 400 and 800 meters far on the right side of tis cross.||08/27/2006||300|
|If someone can help me... I intent to identificate what theese three black crosses are. situated at the north of Neguev desert, Israel, I have no idea of what they are!|
|This is the end of the line for the Iron Ore mined at Mt Whaleback, Newman Iron ore mine. You can see five ships in port ready to be loaded||07/16/2006||629|
|The Hill of Crosses (Lithuanian: Kryių Kalnas) is a site of pilgrimage near the city of iauliai, in northern Lithuania. The first crosses were placed on the former hill fort in the 14th century. Over the centuries, not only crosses, but giant crucifixes, carvings of Lithuanian patriots, statues of the Virgin Mary and thousands of tiny effigies and rosaries have been brought here by Catho...||02/13/2007||773|
|The iron Age Village is a collection of reconstructed houses built on the basis of archaeological discoveries from Jutland and Fyn dating from around 200 B.C. to 400 A.D.|
The village is a historical workshop giving an opportunity to link theory and practice together to see how the people of the Iron Age probably lived. The Iron Age houses are set up as active workshops for old ha...
|Unlabeld landing strip in Germany with iron crosses.||07/12/2006||482|
|Barbury Castle is an Iron Age hill fort situated in Wiltshire, England. It is one of several such forts found along the ancient Ridgeway route, and is now managed as a country park by Swindon Borough Council. It is situated on Barbury Hill, a local vantage point, which, under ideal weather conditions, commands a view across to the Cotswolds and the River Severn. It has deep defensive ditches. T...||11/14/2006||398|
|The Braaid is an Iron Age roundhouse and two Norse long houses on this site represent its occupation until the 11th or 12th century AD in the parish of Marown in the Isle of Man.|
The site uniquely brings together buildings of Iron Age and Viking styles that were used together and survive down to the present.
The site lies between Braaid hamlet and Mount Murray at w...