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|The "Tierpark-Berlin" is the biggest zoo in europe.|
more info here: http://www.tierpark-berlin.de/
|Giraffes in Tierpark Berlin, one of the two zoos in berlin.||04/17/2011||451|
|Tierpark Hagenbeck with its 2,500 animals and beautiful grounds.||07/29/2005||799|
|Alfred's Castle is a small Iron Age hill fort, behind Ashdown Park in the civil parish of Ashbury in Oxfordshire (formerly Berkshire). It lies 2-3 km south of the Ridgeway and is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.|
It has a large enclosure attached that shows as a cropmark. Excavation has shown this to be contemporary with the small enclosure, started in the 6th century BC...
|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||863|
|Zoo in Munich, Germany. You can see the Monkeyhouse, Lionhouse and the big house where the Elephants are.|
Tierpark Hellabrunn in Muenchen. Eingaenge, Raubtiergehege, Elefantenhaus, Affenhaus etc.
|1935 Reichspropaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels build this house on the island Schwanenwerder at the Berlin Lakes after he purchased the grounds far under price under normal from jewish owners.|
It was also here he held his parties with with other Nazi-giants and famous actors.
1943 he and his family moved out because of the bombings of Berlin and moved to Lanke at B...
|When you are cruising through Berlin, you will discover this museum because there's a plane coming out of a house.||10/20/2005||440|
|House of the Cultures of the World, Berlin, Germany. More information.||08/06/2005||406|
|Alfred-Faure Base. A French scientific base on the remote island of Possession, French Southern and Antarctic Lands||12/24/2007||308|
|a famous house in bonn, where the german "presidents" lived until they moved to berlin.|
The pope was invited to this house by "president" Köhler during the world youth day in Cologne
|Built in 1925 to house the Liberty bank of Buffalo, it was designed by Alfred Bossom.|
The Liberty Building features two scaled-down replicas of the Statue of Liberty atop the roof.