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|The state museum for technic and work based in Mannheim, Germany. It was built in 1992.||10/15/2006||358|
|The Stadium was built between 2002 and 2005. It was the home of the icehockey team Eagles Mannheim in the german premier leage. They won the play offs 2007 and the sixth time ever. ||04/20/2007||347|
|16 February 1945 |
On 16 February the Group finally came through with a superior bombing mission when Major Baker led a large formation against the Rosenheim West Marshalling Yard in Germany. A concentrated pattern of bombs fell across the East half of the small marshalling yard with many hits on freight cars, through tracks, and the choke point. With CAVU weather and no flak the ...
|The Friedrichsplace was built in 1887 with the symbol of Mannheim. The water tower.||10/15/2006||399|
|Mannheim palace was built between 1720 and 1760. It was the residence between 1720 and 1777 of the princes from the "Kurpfalz". The palace is the second biggest one built in baroc style after Versailles in Europe.||04/20/2007||307|
|The university hospital in Mannheim, Germany. The first buildings are built in 1922. The university of Heidelberg is on the owners. The hospital has more than 1.400 beds and 4.500 employees. ||06/16/2007||519|
|You can see a tanker ship on the rhine between Mannheim and Ludwigshafen. ||06/24/2007||509|
|24 March 1945 |
On 24 March the Group bombed again in Czechoslovakia on the first mission in a long time to this country. The target was the marshalling yard at Ceske Budejovice. Captain Thackston led the formation against this undefended target. The patterns around the two aiming points were scattered but both of them carried completely across the marshalling yard. The two roundh...
|One of the oldest prisons in Germany with the typical star arrangemant. Currently in use.||10/17/2006||747|
|One of the places in Germany where the attack helcopters for iraq war landed and made ready to sent by ship.||10/17/2006||1,180|
|The Fernmeldeturm Mannheim is a 204.8 metre high concrete telecommunication tower with an observation deck at Mannheim. It was designed from the architects Heinle, Wischer und Partner and constructed between 1973 and 1975. This modern monument of Mannheim contains besides transmission facilities for UHR radio services and omnidirectional radio services a glassed observation deck and a revolving...||12/04/2006||453|
|The airport at Mannheim, Germany.||10/14/2006||224|