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|Overlay of Fairgrounds Park and surrounding neighborhoods in St Louis, MO from a 1903 topo map.||12/16/2006||371|
|Overlay of Bellefontaine and Calvary Cemeteries in St Louis, MO from a 1903 topo map.||12/16/2006||313|
|Forest Park, site of the 1904 World's fair, the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904 or, as it is commonly known, the Saint Louis World's Fair, and the 1904 Summer Olympics, the first Olympic Games held in North America. At the time, Saint Louis was the fourth most populous city in the United States||01/07/2006||334|
|St. Louis' Forest Park is home to some huge residents who don't mind if you walk all over them. Designed by artist Robert Cassilly the concrete beasts represent several different species of turtle and are some of the most unusual playground equipment ever. ||09/11/2006||485|
|Overlay showing downtown St Louis, MO from a 1903 topo map.||12/16/2006||360|
|Overlay of a 1903 topo map showing the area around Lambert International airport in 1903.||12/16/2006||411|
|Forest Lawn Memorial Park is a privately-owned cemetery in Glendale, Los Angeles, in the United States. It is the original location of Forest Lawn, a chain of cemeteries in Southern California (termed "memorial parks" by the company). The land was formerly part of Providencia Ranch.
The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, wa...
|Camden Park, located by Twelvepole Creek near the Ohio River in Huntington, WV.|
It is the USA's oldest surviving amusement park, having been built in 1903.
it's also home to the Big Dipper and the Lil' Dipper, which are both considered to be coaster classics by the American Coaster Enthusiasts.
|Previous home of Saint Louis Cardinals (1920-1966) & Saint Louis Browns (1920-1953)||01/11/2006||310|
|Louis Armstrong Stadium is the second tennis stadium of the U.S. Open, the last of each year's four Grand Slam tournaments. It is located at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, in the New York City borough of Queens. The stadium was named after the famous African American jazz musician, Louis Armstrong.|
The Singer Bowl opened on the site in 1964 for the ...
|The Forest of fontaibleau is a place of nature for parisian people. It is one of the most famous forest in france witch is the source of much legends and fery tails... ||11/17/2005||427|
|Live webcam with audio is located on the roof of the downtown College Center for St. Louis Community College in St. Louis, Missouri. U.S.A.|
Notice the construction across the street of the new baseball stadium in downtown St. Louis.