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|big prison in the west of wuppertal, germany.||08/31/2006||273|
|In the left pool you can see four seals in the water.|
Zoo of Wuppertal Germany
|Elephant - Zoo Wuppertal - Germany|
One of the oldes Zoo in Germany
|Isle of Man Prison is a mixed-use prison located in the Jurby parish of the Isle of Man. The prison is operated by the Isle of Man Prison Service (part of the Department of Home Affairs) and is the only functioning prison on the island.|
It replaced the old Victoria Road Prison in Douglas.
|The famous suspension line in Wuppertal. It's the only one this kind in the world and 106 years old.|
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|Stadium of Wuppertaler SV (Regionalliga Nord (3. Liga) Germany)||05/01/2006||222|
|Søby Søgaard State Prison is an open prison. It was opened 1933 as a juvenile prison but became an ordinary prison in 1973. It can house 134 inmates.|
It's located in a formor manor dating back to the 15th. century.
|Nyborg State Prison was opened 1913 as a juvenile prison but became an ordinary prison in 1973.|
The prison can house 231 male inmates, 24 of them as detentions of the police of Nyborg.
|Kerobokan Prison is a prison located in Denpasar on the Indonesian island of Bali. The prison opened in 1979 and contains about 100 male and female prisoners of various nationalities. Most have been convicted of drug smuggling and narcotics offenses.||02/10/2008||1,612|
|Victoria Road Prison is a former prison, located on Victoria Road in Douglas, capital of the Isle of Man. Victoria Road Prison was the first purpose-built prison to be constructed on the Isle of Man, and held prisoners from April 1891 to August 2008 when the new Isle of Man Prison opened.|
|Pudu Prison is a prison in Malaysia near Kuala Lumpur. It is currently used to confine drug offenders and to corporal punishment (rattan).|
The prison was closed for several years following the Barlow and Chambers execution (Australian nationals). It was reopened in early 2004.
|One of the oldest prisons in Germany with the typical star arrangemant. Currently in use.||10/17/2006||731|