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|Nekropole Shahi Sinda Samarkand Uzbekistan|
|The Gur-e Amir is the mausoleum of the 14th-century Mongol conqueror Tamerlane or Timur. It is one of the properties included in the 2001 designation of Samarkand as a UNESCO World Heritage site.||03/20/2007||629|
|Historical city Chiwa (Khiba) Uzbekistan|
Historische Altstadt von Chiwa Uzbekistan
|The Kuffner Observatory is a historical Observatory that was founded in 1884 by the Viennese brewer Moritz von Kuffner as a private research institute. Probably the most famous astronomer who has ever worked at the observatory was Karl Schwarzschild. |
The observatory's main instrument is a double refractor for visual and photographic use with apertures of 27 cm and 15.6 cm, respectivel...
|Tashkent Airport in Uzbekistan. It is a major hub for Uzbekistan Airways,one of the largest national airlines in South-East Asia and CIS. Established in 1992, it carries passengers and cargo to more than 30 countries all over the world. ||05/18/2006||682|
|Hanle Observatory is the Indian Astronomical Observatory on Mt. Saraswati, Digpa-ratsa Ri, Hanle village. It is located near south-eastern Ladakh in the eastern Jammu and Kashmir state, India. It is the world's highest Observatory. It is operated by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bengaluru. The Observatory is at an altitude of 4,500 m (14,764 ft).|
|The University of Virginia operates the Fan Mountain Observatory, about 15 miles south of Charlottesville. The Observatory was established in the mid-1960's as a new, dark site away from the light pollution produced by the growth of the Charlottesville area, 566 meters above sea level. The Observatory was used extensively for research up until the late-1980's. |
In recent years, extensive...
|The Afghanistan - Uzbekistan Friendship Bridge is the only way across the Afghan - Uzbek border. The bridge was built by the Soviet Army in 1982 to supply its troops in Afghanistan||04/06/2007||686|
|The Archenhold Observatory, named in honor of Friedrich Simon Archenhold, is an observatory in Berlin-Treptow.
It was opened to the public on 1 May 1896 as the Treptow Observatory to coincide with the Berlin Industrial Show. Based on Archenhold's design it contained what was then the world's longest telescope, with a focal length of 21 meters. The Observatory was named after Archenhold at...
|Sphinx Observatory is an observatory located on Jungfraujoch in Switzerland.|
|Brorfelde Observatory (Brorfelde Observatoriet) is an astronomical observatory (IAU code 054) home to the Brorfelde Schmidt Telescope. It was run as a branch of the Copenhagen University Observatory until 1996. It still has telescopes that are used by University of Copenhagen students, but the staff that manned them moved to the Rockefeller Complex in Copenhagen. It is located near Holbæk, Denm...||11/20/2009||590|
|Mount John University Observatory, New Zealand, is situated at an altitude of 1,031 meters on Mount John at the northern end of the Mackenzie Basin in the South Island of New Zealand. |
The observatory consists of four telescopes: two 0.6m, one 1.0m, and a 1.8m 'MOA Telescope'.
The nearest population centre is the resort town Lake Tekapo
The observatory was officially opene...