Twickenham Film Studios is a film studio located in St Margarets, London, England, that is used by many motion picture and television companies. It was established in 1913 by Dr. Ralph Jupp on the site of a former ice-rink. At the time of its original construction, it was the largest film studio in the United Kingdom.
Numerous films have been made at Twickenham, including Caro...
This home belongs to John Symond of Aussie Home Loans. Pls see http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/04/03/1080941723972.html?from=storyrhs for a comprehensive story on this amazing home. As at June 18 2006 the home is still not finished. It's been under construction for a few years already.
The 19th c. "castle" top of pic, with the formal Italian gardens in centre. Ken Russell filmed the nude wrestling scene between Oliver Reed & Alan Bates for "Women In Love" (1969) in the Entrance Hall of Elvaston.
Covering a 6.2 sq km-area surrounded by a buffer zone, the Sanctuary holds approimately 266 species of fauna and 47 of flora. The existence of various ecosystems - mangroves, mudflats, lagoons, sabkhas, reed beds and shrub lands - contributes to rich biological diversity.
Fresh water lakes on a sandy island.... There are more than 40 lakes on the island.The are giant rainwater puddles held in sand dune hollows by a layer of sand rendered impermeable by reed humus rotting into it over centuries.
Dallas Cowboys New Stadium is the working title of a new stadium being built in Arlington, Texas for the NFL's Dallas Cowboys. It will replace Texas Stadium, which opened in 1971, as the Cowboys’ home. It is scheduled to open before the 2009 NFL season and will accommodate 80,000, with the possibility for expansion to 100,000. New Cowboys Stadium was designed by the Dallas-based architectural f...
Quester I is the name of a 45-foot submarine built by Jerry Bianco, a shipyard worker in Brooklyn, NY in 1967. Made of salvaged metal, Bianco built the submarine in order to raise the wreck of the passenger ship SS Andrea Doria. The submarine was launched unsuccessfully in 1970 when it tipped sideways and became stuck in the muddy banks.
American Air Museum
Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England
The American Air Museum
The American Air Museum in Britain stands as a memorial to the 30,000 Americans
who died flying from the UK in the Second World War. This outstanding example of contemporary
British architecture houses Duxford's unique collection of historic American combat aircraft
HMVS Cerberus is a breastwork monitor, a type of turreted warship designed in the 1860s by Edward Reed. Launched in 1868 to defend the Australian colony of Victoria, Cerberus was named after the three-headed mythical dog which guarded the entrance to Hades.
Cerberus is one the few surviving examples of a monitor warship in the world, but is currently rapidly deteriorating in Mel...
In 1903, the William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre opened in Berkeley at the University of California with a performance befitting an amphitheater modeled after architecture from ancient Greece - Aristophanes' "The Birds," a Greek play presented in Greek by a student cast.
Since then, the site has become a popular venue for ceremonies, classical music performances, plays, and mor...
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