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|These people they make their huts on floating vegetation and subside on fish. There are thousands of people living in these swamps. |
J. Michael Fay
|These sections floating in the Pearl River Delta will eventually form the road surface for the Lantau-Zuhai/Macau Bridge,the bridge will connect Hong Kong with Chep Lap kok airport||07/22/2006||426|
|Very cool floating bridge located in Brookfield, Vermont. The bridge is supported by some sort of pontoons. When driven on, car tires get wet as bridge sinks a bit. A little scary at first, but still really neat!||08/03/2005||714|
|SR520 is the longest floating bridge in the world at 7,578 feet. The bridge connects Seattle to the Eastside. ||07/30/2005||495|
|Ever wondered where Ty Pennington and his team built the houses and secondary projects of the show?|
Here are all the houses from season 1 to 9, also secondary projects within a show are plottet in. Also all of the specials are found.
When not visible in GE there is included a link to Bing Maps (including Birds Eye View).
You can see them in Street Vi...
|It's a floating bridge of Italy Military||06/10/2007||393|
|The picture is of the power plant that was for the village of Ule-Lheue. The tsunami brought the floating plant that was 2 kilometers (1.4 miles) out in the sea to land in the village of Punge. |
|The Amstel Botel is a modern and luxurious floating hotel. A unique experience and an alternative way to get to know the lively city of Amsterdam. The Amstel Botel has 175 comfortable rooms available at competitive prices.|
|A public pool floating like a boat on river Spree ("Badeschiff"). During wintertime the pool gets kind of a rooftop.||12/09/2006||550|
|Located in the port of Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island, this huge floating restaurant is popular with tourists and locals. It was featured in a James Bond Movie ("The Man with the Golden Gun", AFAIK)||09/11/2005||583|
|What seems to be a large floating crane, being towed by a tug boat and being shadowed by another boat (to the bottom left of placemark).||02/15/2007||658|
|Visible offshore is a sunken prototype of one of the three types of Mulberry Harbour tested here during World War II. This is the "hippo" type - a floating concrete caisson with a steel superstructure. |
Remains of a Mulberry Harbour Protoype (floating harbours used during the 2nd World War D-Day landings) pictured at an extremely low tide. The floating harbours were tes...