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Sand dunes in SE Saudi Arabia

Sand dunes in SE Saudi Arabia

A tiny oasis amid the aparently endless sand dunes on the desert bedrock in the Southeast of Saudi Arabia.
Rating of 3.2507/17/20051,654Google Earth Logo
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Dassen island, South Africa

Dassen island, South Africa

Dassen Island lies 9 km off the coast, almost directly opposite the village of Yzerfontein. It is 55 km north of Cape Town, about halfway between Table Bay and Saldanha Bay. With an area of 273 ha, it is the second largest of the offshore islands. It is generally flat and sandy, apart from patches of exposed bedrock, and some areas strewn with huge granite boulders.
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Cathedral of St. Mary, San Francisco, CA

Cathedral of St. Mary, San Francisco, CA

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, known familiarly as St. Mary's Cathedral, in San Francisco has become a landmark that annually draws thousands of people to this sacred structure, which combines the rich traditions of the Catholic faith with modern technology.

The cathedral's striking design flows from the geometric principal of the hyperbolic parabaloid, in which t...
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Gladesville Bridge, Sydney

Gladesville Bridge, Sydney

Gladesville Bridge is an important road bridge carrying traffic over the Parramatta River, west of central Sydney in Australia. It is a few kilometres upstream of the more famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. At the time of its completion in 1965, Gladesville was the longest single span concrete arch ever constructed.
The design of the bridge was both daring and untried, yet in many ways echoed...
Rating of 408/27/2005355Google Earth Logo
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Ullevi Stadium

Ullevi Stadium

Ullevi or Ullevi Stadium, formerly named Nya Ullevi, meaning New Ullevi, to distinguish it from Gamla Ullevi, is a stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden. The stadium is also the biggest in Scandinavia. It was opened in 1958, its original use was as a venue for the 1958 World Cup. Since then, it has hosted numerous sports events, notably football, athletics, speedway and speed skating. It has an all-sea...
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Huge Impact Crater

Huge Impact Crater

A circular depression deep in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has been confirmed as the first known impact crater in central Africa, a new study says. The find brings the number of known meteor craters on Earth to 182.

The so-called Luizi structure was first described in a German geological report from 1919. But without further fieldwork, it was impossible to say for s...
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