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|Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. The 'French Minster' in the north, the 'German Minster' in the south, in the middle the 'Concert Hall'. ||09/04/2005||541|
|Southwell Minster is a minster and cathedral, in the English town of Southwell in Nottinghamshire, six miles away from Newark-on-Trent and thirteen miles from Mansfield. It is the seat of the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham and the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.
It is considered an outstanding example of Norman and Early English architecture. The distinctive pyramidal spires of l...
|The Ulmer Minster in Ulm, Germany!|
The world’s highest church spire!
Unfortunately the quality of the satelite-picture isn't very good for all Ulm and its Neighboor-Citys. But if this gets improved you will be able to see this amazing church!
I am from New Ulm, so you can be sure the placemark is on the absolutely correct position.
|This is an high-res overlay of the main pool at the New York, New York Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas. You can see a variety of people enjoying the warm May weather.||05/11/2006||904|
|Famous and impressive church in Yorkshire.||09/07/2007||428|
|This file shows about 300 images from New York mapped into Google Earth.||10/16/2005||1,566|
|The famous Music Television Headquarters in Times Square in New York,New York.||11/27/2005||710|
|New York after World Trade Center crash ||12/10/2005||4,028|
|New York Central Harlem Division. This railroad is operated as far north as Wassaic by Metro North Railroad. The New York & Harlem Railroad Company, founded in 1831, is responsible for $7.8 million in (redeemable in gold) 3 ½ bonds due in the year 2043. These bonds are legally secured by the 127-mile right-of-way from New York City to Chatham AND by GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL! Currently, these borr...||10/06/2005||1,229|
|I created this map of New York City, It has many points of interest.||11/15/2005||2,084|
|New York Central's Mohawk Division from Albany to Syracuse was part of the original New York Central Railroad chartered in 1853.||11/13/2005||867|
A small general aviation (CIRRUS SR-20) crashed in the Belaire Condominiums at East 72nd & York Avenue in New York City.
Onboard was the Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flight instructor, which was both killed in the accident.