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|The Cartage Presidential Palace near Tunis in Tunisia, around of it you can see some ruines of the Cartage city.||08/02/2006||679|
|Discover the beauty of the coastal shores of Tunisia through the eyes of Marina Hammamet located in Yasmine Hammamet region in the north east of Tunisia. Built to accommodate sea lover, vacationers, and family summer retreats.||08/02/2006||2,438|
|Big soccer stadium in Tunis. It's probably the most favorite sport in Tunisia.||09/11/2005||462|
|Listing of 200+ Ghost Towns, Historical Events, Army Forts, Shipwrecks and a lot more all based in the State of Oregon. Each town and entry has a brief description of the historical significance and a link to more information if available.||08/21/2009||616|
|A series of places worth seeing in Berlin. It is mainly historical places or places with historical background. I've added a small amount of information to each of the twelve places in Berlin. I intend to update this occasionally. Hope you enjoy it.||04/29/2006||1,316|
|a bunch of castles and historical places in europe (plus quebec)|
|A civil airport and airforce hight school in Tunisia||07/19/2006||603|
|Points of interest in Vienna.|
Historical and modern architecture, historical parks, theme parks, etc.
With links and information.
|The bigest Cathedral in Tunisia||08/16/2006||438|
|The big Shopping Center CARREFOUR in Tunisia||07/19/2006||513|
|The Rousse Regional Historical Museum is one of the 11 regional museums of Bulgaria. It acts within the Rousse, Razgrad, and Silistra regions. The museum occuipies the building of the former Battenberg Palace, previously a local court, built 18791882 by Friedrich Grünanger.|
The Rousse Regional Historical Museum was established in 1904. Its basis are the archeological collections...
|Lampedusa (Isola di Lampedusa in Italian) is the largest of the Pelagie Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, 205 km from Sicily and 113 km from Tunisia. The island belong to Italy and is a well know immigration gate to Europe. ||11/22/2005||323|