The north of Chile is the vast desert, the most arid of the world. The "Way of the lnca", which cross it, is regularly used for transhumances. By taking this way in the east of Huara, you will be surprised to discover the Atacama giant, 90km far from Iquique, on the side of the Sierra Unida, a 1245m high hill, isolated in the middle of a flat desert, the "Pampa del Tamarugal".
It is a gi...
This is the second tallest free standing flagpole in the world. It reaches a height of 126 meters (410 feet), and hoists a flag which measures 60×40 meters (200x130 feet), and is illuminated at night, and can be seen from 25 km (16 miles) away.
The Tropical Islands dome (former Cargo Lifter Dome) has a ground surface of 66,000 square meters. With a length of 360 meters, a width of 210 meters and a height of 107 meters, it is large enough to hold 8 entire soccer fields.
Even the New York Statue of Liberty (93 meters) could stand upright in it, and the Paris Eiffel Tower (322 meters) could lie in it. The Dome offers enoug...
West of Wolgograd, former Stalingrad, is the German cemetery Rossoshka with around 50,000 fallen German soldiers from the Battle of Stalingrad or from POW camps.
The cemetery contains of the old trapez-shaped gravesite with 600 soldiers made by the German Wehrmacht during the battle of Stalingrad. To the right is the giant mass grave with names of 24,427 on the ring around it. Th...
BaNanna Park in Norrebro, Copenhagen is a park opened in 2010.
It has two giant bananas of 1.5 meters high, one in grass and one in yellov plastic. Beside them there are facilities for table tennis, soccer/football, basketball and a climbing wall and other facilities.
The banderas monumentales (Spanish for "monumental flags") are a set of monuments located throughout Mexico. The main feature of these monuments is a giant Mexican flag flying off a 50 meter-high flagpole. They are part of a program started in 1999 under President Ernesto Zedillo that is currently administered by the Secretariat of National Defense (Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional)....
Unknown big hole, excavation, in Cherbourg Harbour entrance.
Nobodys know what it that, who did it and when it was done.
This thing is 250 meters long 150 meters large and 5 meters deep at the west end.
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