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|Mount Toondina crater, South Australia. Mount Toondina crater is 4 km in diameter and the age is estimated to be less than 110 million years.||11/03/2005||985|
|Mount Napier, one of the youngest volcanoes in Australia, is a composite lava shield with a superimposed scoria cone. The cone rises 150 m above the surrounding plains to an elevation of 440 m making it the highest point on the Western District Plains of Victoria. It erupted about 5,290 BC||11/27/2005||698|
|Cape and Lighthouse - Spain. Admiral Nelson gained the victory over the Spanish fleet at Trafalgar in 1805 ||08/21/2005||409|
|Built in 1837. An perfect choice for your special day, the historic Trafalgar Tavern boasts spectacular views across the river Thames. You can hire the sumptuous Regency Style Ball Room along with the the unique ship-themed Hawke and Howe bar and ante room. ||11/17/2006||220|
|Mount Meru is an active volcano located just 70 kilometers (44 miles) west of Mount Kilimanjaro. It reaches 4,566 meters (14,978 feet) in height but has lost much of its bulk due to an eastward volcanic blast sometime in its distant past, perhaps similar to the eruption of Mount Saint Helens in Washington State in 1980. ||10/26/2005||1,211|
|Pivot irrigation (watering from a central source) has caused these green circles of foliage in brown (dry) areas to the southwest of Mount Gambier, South Australia.||01/09/2007||330|
|Mount Jefferson is located in the Cascade Range between Mount Hood and Three Sisters.|
From USGS.gov: Mount Jefferson (3,199 meters - 10,495 feet) is a prominent feature of the landscape seen from highways east and west of the Cascades. Mount Jefferson (one of thirteen major volcanic centers in the Cascade Range) has erupted repeatedly for hundreds of thousands of years, with its ...
|Mount Gambier in South Australia, is an extinct volcano.||07/19/2005||1,815|
|Mount Erciyes is the highest mountain in central Turkey, a prominent landmark since antiquity (then known as Mount Argaeus) visible over much of the middle of the country. ||10/01/2005||928|
|Trafalgar Square is a square in central London that commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar (1805), a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square". The area had been the site of the King's Mews since the time of Edward I. In the 1820s the Prince Regent engaged the...||08/01/2005||940|
|Mount Batten was the only operational military airbase in the South West Peninsula at the outbreak of war in 1939.|
RAF Mount Batten was a Royal Air Force station and flying boat base at Mount Batten, a peninsula in Plymouth Sound, Devon. England. Originally a seaplane station opened in 1917 as a Royal Navy Air Service Station Cattewater it became RAF Cattewater in 1918 and in 192...
|The city of mount Athos is situated in the entire third, eastern and most beautiful peninsula of Halkidiki, called the peninsula of Athos. It is the only place in Greece, that is completely dedicated to prayer and worship of God. |
For this reason, it is called the Holy Mount. The Holy Mount is about 50 km in length, 8 to 12 km in width and it covers an area of about 350 square kilometres.