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|From mid 1660th this was the main entry to the city of Fredericia, left of the gate is the old gate house.|
Originally it was made by wood but 1747 it was falling apart and 1748 a new one was build by bricks. On the top you see the monogram of King Frederik V.
To the left of the Gate House is the bigger Danmarks Port and to the north is another gate into Fredericia,...
|Historic City of Bamberg, Germany in 3D + Tourist Information + Historic Town Map||07/09/2006||7,825|
|This is a Mini in Den Haag installed at a wall. ||02/25/2007||735|
|This sculpture by H.W. Bissen was made 1858 to honour the brave danish soldiers who won the battle of Fredericia against Prussia in 1848 to 1850.|
It was financed by a countrywide collection of money that began the day after the end of the victory and Bissen was aware of it was the soldiers who were the heroes, not the generals.
The sculpture itself is 3.75 meters t...
|One of the best mini golf courses in the world at Southend, home the the world's longest pier||11/21/2006||427|
|San Juan National Historic Site in San Juan, Puerto Rico includes colonial-era forts, bastions, powder houses, and three fourths of the old city wall.||08/08/2007||625|
|A nice little Mini Cooper with stripes on it!||12/17/2005||227|
|A Mini on a roof in Potsdam, Germany.|
|The historic Brady Theater is a great historic venue only a few blocks away from the Cain's Ballroom. Its shut down for business temporarly.||12/27/2007||616|
|Fort Ward is a former Union Army installation now located in the city of Alexandria in the U.S. state of Virginia. It was the fifth largest fort built to defend Washington, D.C. in the American Civil War. It is currently well-preserved with 90-95% of its earthen walls intact. |
The fort is now a part of the City of Alexandria's 45-acre (18-ha) Fort Ward Mueseum and Historic Site a...
|White on Black design, here lies a Mini Cooper, those little cars that aren't as small as Smart Cars, but aren't as big as other cars.||10/05/2006||366|
|Solothurn 1830 shows the city of Solothurn, Switzerland around 1830. The model is based on a real historic 3D cardboard model scale 1:500 in the museum "Blumenstein" in Solothurn. The historic cardboard model has been scanned with modern technology scanners. A documentary by Swiss television (in german) explains the making of.||03/20/2009||1,233|