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Concrete Cows

Concrete Cows

Milton Keynes in the UK is the butt of many jokes for its concrete cows. These cows were placed in a field next to the main London-Glasgow railway line so that passengers looking out onto the new city of Milton Keynes would see cows grazing in a field as they went by.
Rating of 302/23/2006286Google Earth Logo
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Cows Grazing behind Firing Range

Cows Grazing behind Firing Range

Get this: the cows are grazing down-range of the tagets. So if you shoot with a strong gun with a large enough range...and you miss, your gonna have a cow wth some bullet-holes. Interesting prospect. Unless the firing range is closed, or the cows get moved before getting turned into mince meat.
No rating yet10/14/2006360Google Earth Logo
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Cows

Cows

some Cows
Rating of 4.504/16/20081,026Google Earth Logo
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Giant Cow

Giant Cow

The Des Moines Cows are nicknamed Annie and Eric.
No rating yet12/19/2006446Google Earth Logo
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Narros de Matalayegua Salamanca

Narros de Matalayegua Salamanca

Small village of Spain famous by their brave cows. It is found in Castile and Leon
Rating of 502/22/2006410Google Earth Logo
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Cows middle in a City

Cows middle in a City

Small herd of cow, which are driven by a cowboy over a small river
Rating of 410/12/2005369Google Earth Logo
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The Middlebush Cow

The Middlebush Cow

The Middlebush Cow is 12' tall and appears to be another FAST clone (with horns removed). She was brown and white, then was painted black and white, and is now back to brown and white. In the 1960s, she was taken to parades and store openings to promote the Cream O'Land Dairy. When she was not on the road, she resided at the dairy's store which also had a 10' tall rotating milk bottle. When Cre...
No rating yet12/19/2006302Google Earth Logo
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WWII U-Boat Bunker, Bordeaux, France

WWII U-Boat Bunker, Bordeaux, France

This base is a bit special as it's an inland port, 60 miles from the coast.

Admiral D÷nitz decided during the summer of 1941 to also a build a protective bunker in Bordeaux. Construction began in September 1941.

The bunker was 245m wide, 162m long and 19 m high. Above the pens the roof was 5.6m thick and 3.6m thick above the rear servicing area. The first U-boat to use...
Rating of 3.208/17/20051,227Google Earth Logo
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Munkholm Zoo

Munkholm Zoo

Munkholm Zoo is one of the largest minizoos in Denmarkĺs. It is situated the out in country, and can only be reached by car. It is built around an old farm, with enclosures for the smaller mammals and birds and .Inside the farm there is also a smaller terrarium, with exhibits for various reptiles, mostly snakes and iguanas. Some of the mammals and birds at the farm include ferrets, coatis and g...
No rating yet03/27/2008382Google Earth Logo
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Temple of Dakka

Temple of Dakka

Ad-Dakka (Arab: الدكة, also el-Dakka, Egyptian: Pselqet, Greek: Pselchis) was a place in Lower Nubia, which was located approximately 100 km south of the Aswan. The Greco-Roman Temple of Dakka, dedicated to Thoth, the god of wisdom, was initially a small one room shrine or chapel which that was first begun in the 3rd century BC by a Meroitic king named Arkamani (or...
No rating yet01/10/2010313Google Earth Logo
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Fairy Circles of the Namib Desert

Fairy Circles of the Namib Desert

Fairy circles are small circles in the Namib desert, mostly seen in a belt, a climatic band where it rains between 5-10 centimeters per year, about 150 kilometers from coastline from northern to southern Namibia. They are typically 2-12 meters in diameters and have a lifespan of 30-60 years.

Namibia's native, called Himba, call the circles "footprints of god". When their god Muk...
Rating of 506/30/20131,330Google Earth Logo

 

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