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|Now dwarfed by the modern buildings that surround it, the Old Windmill, built by convicts in 1828, never really worked as a windmill but was used as a treadmill to both grind corn and as punishment for the convicts.||09/15/2005||535|
|Historical Airplane at the Airport Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Its a Douglas DC-3/C 47, a so called Rosinenbomber. During the blockade of Berlin in 1948/1949, those planes supplied with an airlift from West-Germany the City of Berlin. Today you can go with this plane on sightseeing flights.||07/31/2005||610|
|The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a long barrier separating West Berlin from East Berlin and the surrounding territory of East Germany. The East German authorities, called it the “antifaschistischer Schutzwall” (Anti-Fascist Protection Wall) . Its intent was to restrict access between West Berlin and East Germany. It was built in 1961 and fortified over the years, but was opened to u...||08/06/2005||7,025|
|Stunning working windmill built in 18th Century by Inigo Jones, owned by Warwickshire County Council||10/31/2007||576|
|Theres even two windmill layouts on the ground..||08/29/2008||610|
|The Dutch Windmill|
Goldengate Park, San Francisco
Surrounded by some beautiful flowers
|City Airport Tempelhof in Berlin Germany, one of three airports in Berlin area but the only one with over 70y of history. Today it's commuted into a park and concert venue.||08/11/2005||853|
|The Windmill of the French Writer Alphonse Daudet.|
Known as "Le moulin de Daudet" Near Arles in France, it is now a small museum.
|Beach at Wannsee, Berlin. The sand was carried in 1956 from the Baltic Sea to Berlin. The lido is located near to the House of the infamous Wannsee-Conference.||09/01/2005||985|
|Botanical Garden Berlin, Germany|
A 42 hectare botanical garden with over 18,000 species of plants. The oldest botanical garden in Germany was founded by the king in the 17th century as a place to grow medicinal plants and vegetables, The garden fell into decay and was restored after 1801 by the botanist Carl Ludwig Willdenow.