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|A very well visible windsock/windcone. ||09/11/2007||559|
|A windsock in high res at airport Kiel Holtenau.||09/11/2007||607|
|The Rugby VLF transmitter went in service in 1926 and was originally used to transmit telegraph messages to the Commonwealth. After the 1950s this transmitter, active as callsign GBR (short for Great Britain) on 16 kHz, was used for transmitting coded messages to submerged submarines. A second transmitter was installed for transatlantic telephony but later transformed to the time signal trans...||02/15/2006||460|
|A SPOOKY signal box at Naworth is being investigated by a ghost hunter after its eerie atmosphere left a rail worker trembling.|
A Ghost hunter believes that eerie sounds could be linked to a tragic accident in August 1926 when two children aged seven and 12 were among the nine people killed in a crash between a train and a coach. Six others were seriously injured.
|Patriarca Square -- this square is located right on Sao Paulo centre. Recently this square was closed to regular traffic (used bus), and made available only to pedestrians.||09/09/2005||359|
|Ploshtad Vuzrazhdane (Renaissance Square) - a famous square in Sofia, Bulgaria||05/18/2006||278|
|EastEnders is a popular BBC television soap opera, first broadcast on BBC1 on 19 February 1985 and is filmed at the BBC Elstree Centre in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire. Today four episodes are broadcast each week and an omnibus edition screens on Sunday afternoons. The show is set in the fictional London Borough of Walford. However, the central focus of the show is that of the equally fictional...||12/09/2006||5,443|
|This Square is to commemorate the Albanian Indipendence. In 28 November 1912 the Government headed by Ismail Qemali, proclaimed Albania an indipendent state. At the left side of the Square stands the Monument of Indipendence.||05/10/2006||831|
|(Portuguese: Praça do Comércio ) is located in the city of Lisbon, Portugal. |
Situated near the Tagus river, the square is still commonly known as Terreiro do Paço ( "Palace Square"), because it was the location of the Royal Ribeira Palace (Paços da Ribeira) until it was destroyed by the great 1755 Lisbon Earthquake.
After the earthquake, the square was completely remod...
|When the City of Syracuse first started to install traffic signal lights in the 1920’s, they put one at a busy intersection on the hill, the corner of Tompkins Street and Milton Avenue. Some Irish youths, incensed that anyone would dare put the “British” red above the “Irish” green broke the light continually until the city relented and let the green remain on top. Today at the intersection, a ...||01/10/2010||1,462|
|Round??? no Square.||06/12/2006||319|
|In the middle of the desert in Algeria. A hi-res red square that appears to just be a load of sand dunes but - being red - looks like a Martian landscape.||01/16/2006||811|