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|In the former Soviet Union/Russia, 247 nuclear submarines and five nuclear-powered surface ships were built in the period from 1955 to 1996. In addition, a nuclear reactor which can be installed in diesel powered submarines was also built. Nuclear powered naval vessels are in service with the Northern Fleet (2/3) and with the Pacific Fleet (1/3), but have never been assigned to either of the ot...||05/20/2006||1,503|
|A privately owned house made of gold and resmebles the Egyptian pyramids. It has over $1,000,000 in Egyptian artifacts and other Ehyptian related items.||12/19/2005||2,926|
|A radio station that uses low frequencies to communicate with and/or spy on submarines.||08/16/2006||526|
|At HMAS Stirling, West Australia, you can see two Collins Class submarines tied up alongside the Diamantina Wharf.||07/30/2005||651|
|I found these submarines in an really big port where a lot of Warships stand.||08/01/2005||1,168|
|This statue designed by outstanding Baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini (and carried out by his pupil Ercole Ferrata in 1667) of an elephant bearing the Egyptian obelisk found in the Dominicans' garden. It is the shortest of the eleven Egyptian obelisks in Rome. The accompanying Latin inscription states it as an illustration that a strong mind is needed to support solid knowledge.|
|Six Foxtrot class, Soviet type 641, submarines were delivered to the Libyan Navy from the USSR during 1976 and 1983. Al Khyber 315 was commissioned in April 1982 as one of the six Al Badr class as they are called. |
Four of the six boats have been decommissioned by the end of the 1990s dew to poor maintenance; they have been cannibalized in order to keep the two last submarines go...
|Overlay of Russian submarines base|
|Three submarines stationed in Terebilovka, Russia. These subs are pretty large, over 35 feet wide and 200 feet long.||10/02/2007||1,562|
|One of the Bases of Russian Strategic Nuclear Submarines|
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|A sparkling view of two Oyashio class submarines in Yokosuka. Naturally the Japanese keep their fleet looking like new.||01/14/2009||667|
| 3 submarines berthed||05/21/2006||698|