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|In 1953 when Greenland became an equal part of the Danish kingdom, many Danes came to Qaqortoq to start up the municipal administration. This meant that the town grew rapidly and the agriculture, which had been here since the 1800s had to move somewhere else.|
Upernaviarsuk was the place, very close to Qaqortoq, where todays agricultural test farming takes place. It is a service...
|Some waving people, habitants of an Malian village...look how the one guy is SMILING at you :-))||02/03/2007||2,574|
|It is located at the Gaudalupe Farmers Market in Meza AZ..||09/22/2005||442|
|In the evening of October 2. 1961 14 families (53 citicens) of the village Böseckendorf fled over the newly erected border fence between West Germany and the GDR. It was the biggest common escape from the GDR ever known.|
The escape was preceded by the systematic expansion of the border by the GDR leadership. After close to Böseckendorf been the first concrete post had been set up...
|A lake ? No longer since 1851. We can see the borders of this old lake. Now it is filled by farmers plantations instead of water. The reason is that in the past, it was very difficult to live in this region because of mosquitos that bring bad illness...||11/28/2005||358|
|At Spier wine estate, the Cheetah Rescue & Outreach facility is attempting to re-educate farmers and save the species.|
|In Bad Duerkheim there is the days of the grape and the farmers markt in october and according to GE DGC the photo is made in october 2003.|
Just take a look at the queues of cars comming to the parking area north of Bad Duerkheim.
|This site in Moscow, Maine was used to watch for Soviet missile attack during the Cold War. Abandoned almost as quickly as the Cold War. During its operational lifetime it provided cover to many marijuana farmers as surveillance helicopter flights were not allowed in the vicinity.||08/03/2005||739|
|This is the birthplace of the word Highschool, in danish: Hoejskole, that went around the world. The school began started in 1844 as school for poor farmers. Today people go here to learn new things such as hobbies.||02/07/2006||334|
|The Guimar Pyramids were once thought to of been build by local farmers until in 1991 when the famous Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl visited the Island to study these. Thor came to the conclusion that the pyramids were almost identical to pyramids in Peru and Mexico. |
|Look at this piece of forest in France. The farmers in the region have cutting down trees to plant vegetables and cattle breeding. This last piece of forest can make us think about how france would look like before hummanity.|
|Sign says - "Dedicated to all farmers and Ag related business folks that have lived thru the 'Agricultural Crash' of the 1980's." Put there by Merv & Phyllis Eastwold, owners of the nearby Norwegian Implement Company. A memento of the "Farm-Aid" era. ||06/02/2010||560|