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|Softball is a team sport in which a ball, eleven to twelve inches (28 to 30.5 centimeters) in diameter, is thrown by a player called a pitcher and hit by an offensive player called a batter with a round, smooth stick called a bat. Scoring is accomplished by the batter running and touching a series of four markers on the ground called bases. Softball is a direct descendant of baseball, which is ...||02/27/2006||434|
|Racers hit the Bicycle Moto-Cross track at BMX Park, complete with picnic area, playground, softball field and sand vollyball court. The three circles are adult softball fields.|
Author's Note: Under category "Auto Racing", on the assumption that the moto-cross track is an auto race track.
|The fourth and final Polo Grounds, which the Giants used until they moved to San Francisco after the 1957 season, and which the Mets used until Shea Stadium was completed in 1964, was the most famous, and the one most people mean when they refer to the Polo Grounds. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polo_Grounds||01/11/2006||424|
|In Groningen. The netherlands has it's own base- and softball league.||09/17/2006||306|
|Previously the Viking capital of Denmark, today Jelling is a small village. It is the site of the burial mounds of King Gorm the Old of Denmark and his wife Thyra, parents of King Harald Bluetooth.||03/07/2007||381|
Grounds For Sculpture, a 35-acre sculpture park and museum, has captivated visitors since 1992, and has only gained in popularity as more of the public discovers its tranquil setting and engaging sculpture.
Indoor Exhibitions of emerging and well-known artists are shown throughout the year in two expansive, glass-walled buildings that were once exhibit halls for t...
|In Smedegade, Aeroskobing, you can see the smallest house in Denmark. It's called Dukkehuset, the doll house. When you stand next to it you know why.|
It's 26 m2 and housed years ago a family of 8. Today it's used as holiday apartment.
It's also one one the most photographed houses in Denmark.
|The Gaelic Grounds or PŠirc na nGael is the principal Gaelic Athletic Association stadium in Limerick City, Ireland, home to the Limerick hurling and football teams.|
October 9, 1926 saw first steps taken towards creating the Limerick Gaelic Grounds as a GAA stadium of note. A farm containing 12 acres (4.9 ha) was purchased at Coolraine on the Ennis Road for development as a sport...
|Great care was taken to assure that the Palace Grounds remained undamaged during the extensive bombing of Japan.||02/14/2007||586|
Gret Belt Bridge, Denmark ( 1.624 Meters ). The Artificial Island of SprogÝ connecting the East and West road- and rail link across The Great Belt, Denmark.||07/29/2005||860|
|This is the residence of the Ambassador of the U.S.A in Denmark located in Skovshoved north of Copenhagen.|
|All Latterday Saints (LDS) churches and meeting houses in Denmark ||08/16/2005||368|