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|I have created a big overview of the nazca plain, multiple overlays. Here are all lines and some figures.|
|I put an overlay of the various drawings that we can find at Nazca. The image is high-res so it needs to be downloaded.||08/10/2005||4,669|
|These mysterious lines cross each other on the dry lake bed. Apparently they are not natural things. So what are they?||11/02/2010||675|
|Thats it. A small plane flying over Nazca lines in Perú.||06/14/2006||634|
|here is an big overlay of Nazca.|
|From what I see, this is yet another airplane flying over Nazca.||04/24/2007||602|
|these strange boxes in the desert in bolivia look to be some type of ancient artifacts. two appesr open and two appear to be closed. if you zoom out from here the whole area is covered with lines similar to those at nazca, peru||02/22/2009||1,075|
|Usually border lines on GE are marked by yellow lines. Throughout the globe there are several examples of red border lines. Here is an example of red, yellow, and orange lines all next to each other. At this moment, I'm not sure why there are different colors to these lines. I'm guessing Yellow is for countries, red is for special territories (like the Gaza Strip or West Bank in Israel), li...||05/09/2006||667|
|Here is the production site of the well known Hummel figurines.|
A line of ceramic figurines, based on the artistic style of German nun Maria Innocentia Hummel, Hummel figurines are uniformly "cute." The first figures were sold in 1935, and have since become a kitsch icon. The figurines are all based on the drawings and paintings of children by Hummel, who died in 1946. ...
|A grid and series of image overlays of orthophotos for the City of Nanaimo, British Columbia. Primarily because Google Earth's coverage of our area is pitiful.|
Warning: The overlays are large; depending upon your system, if you click on several overlays at once, you will likely crash Google Earth.
|The Walhalla temple, commissioned by Ludwig I of Bavaria in 1816 and completed in 1842 commemorates great figures from German history ('German' taken in the sense of Germanic, since Gothic, Langobardic, Anglo-Saxon and Swiss German figures are included). It is located near Regensburg at the Danube.||08/03/2005||484|
|Everyone knows Emil from Lönneberga, the boy who allways pranks his father or other people in the neighbourhood.|
Here is the house where he lived. It's a private home. On the other side of the road you see a small brown square. It was the side of the tool shed where he made the figures. Unfortunately the shed with figures burned down august 27th. 2005