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|1925 the airport Dortmund Brackel was opened with the route Copenhagen-Hamburg-Bremen-Dortmund-Frankfurt/Main-Stuttgart-Zurich and soon after following cities came on to direct flights: Hannover, Berlin, Halle, Leipzig, Bremen, Hamburg, Frankfurt/Main and Amsterdam.|
1928 8,000 take offs and landings and was the second most important airport in Western Germany. Only Cologne was mo...
|Here you can see the public observatory in Dortmund.|
The observatory was build in two phases. The library was build in the late 1950th as a buildung of the 1st "Bundesgartenschau". In the middle of the 1970th the "Astronomische Verein Dortmund e.V." (founded 1913) has gone to this building.
In autumn of 1984 the club has opened the new observatory building with a 25 cm mirror tele...
|Mannheim main station was built from 1871 - 1876. After its last renovation 2001 a modern station with two floors is standing there today.||06/19/2007||441|
|Stuttgart Main station was built between 1914 and 1927 by Paul Bonatz. It has 17 tracks und in the lower level the regional train station (S-Bahn) and the underground. Actual plans called Stuttgart 21 are plans to build a new train station completely under the earth.||06/18/2007||507|
|Zoo in Dortmund, Germany. Added plaemarks to a few visible animals. Prtty high resolution.||04/18/2006||583|
|Home of Borussia Dortmund||03/29/2006||413|
|A small theatre in the near off Dortmund. The owner of the theatre was some years a go the speaker in the Westfalia-Stadion of Dortmund. In the region he is called "Günna" like a popular name in the Ruhr region. His real name is Bruno Knust. His website: http://www.theater-olpketal.de/||03/25/2007||471|
|The picture is a few years old, but of very good quality. You'll be seeing Bielefeld Main Station, the Main Postal Office, the City Hall, the Herforder Straße and the tunnelentrance of the Ostwestfalendamm aka the "Ossi".^||03/01/2006||455|
|Main Street Station (downtown)was purchased at $16.5 million and remodeled at a cost of $45 million. Features include a hotel, casino and microbrewery with a turn-of-the-century Victorian atmosphere. Antiques and museum-quality reproductions adorn the property||05/28/2006||249|
|Westfalen Stadium (home of Borussia Dortmund) and Westfalen Hall in Dortmund (Germany)||08/12/2005||925|
|Overlay for the City of Dortmund, Germany||08/07/2005||1,801|
|the ANHALTER Station was one of the biggest Railwaystations in Berlin. The Station was destroyed in WW2 by english and american Bombers. Only the main entrance is standing today. It is a memorial agains the war.||08/17/2005||432|