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|Congress center, Hamburg. www.hamburg-messe.de||09/02/2005||417|
|An example of a small city of services in the northern part of Hamburg.||09/10/2005||570|
|ELBE Shopping Center in Hamburg, Germany // ELBE-Einkaufszentrum in Hamburg||08/09/2005||514|
|This is the radio tower of Hamburg (Germany) called Heinrich Hertz Turm. |
It is the highest Building in the City (279,8 meters).
The overall weight is 43.000 tons.
This 3D Model is for Version 4 of Google Earth
|One of the oldest family-owned shipyards in the world.The J.J. Sietas shipyard is situated on the outskirts of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, at the mouth of the River Este, where this flows into the Elbe, ever Hamburg's main traffic artery.The Sietas-yard was established in the middle of the fruit-growing area of the "Altes Land" in summer 1635, about three and a half centuries ago.||12/31/2005||460|
|The Freightship "Cap San Diego" was Built in 1962 in Hamburg / Germany.|
Since 1987 it's a Museum-Ship of the City of Hamburg and can be visitet every Day from 10 am to 6 pm for 6.- EUR p/P.
Also their are Cabins to book. Info: http://www.capsandiego.de
|Strange shaped central Bus-Terminal in Hamburg-City.||08/27/2005||464|
|city Center of Mannheim||09/17/2005||1,368|
|Overlay with the building owned by the university of Liege (ULg) in the center of the city||02/04/2006||289|
|This overlay shows the area in Kassel city centre 1944 after RAF has bombeb it in 1943.|
During World War II, during the night of October 22/23, 1943, 569 British bombers (Arthur Harris´ Bomber Command) razed Kassel destroying 90% of the city centre; about 10,000 people died in the raid and 150,000 were rendered homeless, in a firestorm comparable to the one in Hamburg in July 194...
|At the overlap of two GE-Images you can see progress of expanding the rollway of the german AIRBUS-HQ in Hamburg. I've added an overlay of the current visibility in case of an update by Google-Earth. ||06/08/2006||643|
|FAATC, the FAA Technical Center at Atlantic City International Airport, Pomona NJ. FAA's center for development of safety and navigation equipment, among many other disciplines. ||07/21/2005||854|