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|Hammershus is a massive medieval fortress ruin on the island of Bornholm. At one time Northern Europe's largest fortress the ruins are among the most significant tourist attractions on Bornholm.|
|On 27th July 1880, 328 men of the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment were killed in Maiwand, a village in Afghanistan, during the Second Afghan Campaign. The 31 ft long lion was erected in their memory. It's the largest sculpted lion and one of the largest bronze sculptures in the world.||02/05/2006||342|
|The musical theatre of the German "Lion King" in Hamburg, Germany.|
It's located directly at the river Elbe and lies in the harbour-area of Hamburg.
Most of the visitors use a ferry-shuttle service from the other side of the river to the theatre.
|yes u can clearly see that theres a lion there|
i always vist it!
|Strange things can be seen in russian waters. I don't know what they are. The one on the bottom looks like a face. ||03/28/2006||557|
|Pretty nice PLace for Kajaking, right in the centre of Lion, France!|
|Sailing vessel replica. Built like the 16th century British ships were. Complete story here: http://www.madbbs.com/users/iflyhigh747/index.html|
|This is a creation of the 20th century, built in 1933 from a design by Mr. R.B. Brooke-Greaves to indicate the position of Whipsnade wildlife park. ||12/17/2005||995|
|Sigiriya (Lion's rock) is an ancient rock fortress and palace ruin situated in the central Matale District of Sri Lanka, surrounded by the remains of an extensive network of gardens, reservoirs, and other structures. ||10/13/2009||764|
|Bernhard II. was born 1140 in the Castle Lipperode and he died 1224 in Mesothen. He was a follower of Henry the Lion. The castle has been destoyed in 1177 by enemies from cologne.||07/20/2006||434|
|Surfers at Duranbah Beach, Tweed Heads NSW Australia.||09/13/2005||542|
|The 1685 Het Loo palace and estate, just outside Apeldoorn, has sheltered generations of Dutch royalty, being the favorite summer residence and hunting lodge of Stadhouders (Heads of State) and the royal house of Oranje-Nassau until 1975. Since 1984 it has served as the magnificent home of this museum, which celebrates the history of the House of Orange.||01/20/2006||448|