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|Madam Tussauds in Berlin opened July the 5th|
The first day it opened, a visitor ripped off the head of Adolf Hitler, so it had to be removed.
|Katoomba, in the Blue Mountains, is about 85kms (about 52 miles) west of Sydney at an altitude of 950m (about 3,117ft). It is a major tourist attraction with its shear sandstone cliffs. The name Blue Mountains was given because of the blue haze when seen from the distance. This haze comes from sun reflecting on the minute particles of eucalyptus oil given off by the gum trees.||08/25/2005||919|
|The Blue Star Train is a remodeled 1950s express train and used to be a symbol of progress, velocity, and luxury. JŁrgen Drexler lovingly altered the trainís interior to create a temporary gourmet restaurant on wheels. Friday through Sunday, one can dine in various elegant cabins called Blue Star Lounge, Red Saloon, and Blue Saloon. All dishes are served on fine porcelain in accordance with the...||06/05/2009||589|
|Blue Peter is a popular, long-running BBC television programme for children. It is named after the blue-and-white flag hoisted by ships in port when they are ready to sail. The presenters maintain the famous Blue Peter Garden, adjacent to Television Centre, which was originally designed by gardener Percy Thrower and was unveiled on the show on 21 March, 1974. Its features include an Italian su...||04/25/2006||905|
|Deans Blue Hole, Long Island, The Bahamas. The deepest blue hole in the world.||09/03/2006||3,452|
|What is this blue stuff? (Its not ice)||08/04/2005||397|
|This F-18 Hornet of the Blue Angels flight squad is used as gate guard at New Orleans NAS.||12/15/2007||650|
|A huge blue whale in a pond in Catoosa, Oklahoma.||01/17/2008||1,871|
|The very cool Blue Marble file built by Frank Taylor.||12/21/2007||3,471|
|Can't find any information on this plane, considering theirs no company name written on it. Blue and red color scheme. Still a cool looking plane. ||10/16/2006||458|
Blue Peter is a popular BBC television programme for children and the world's longest running children's television series. It is shown on Children's BBC, both in its BBC One programming block and on the CBBC Channel.
It is named after the blue-and-white flag hoisted by a ship in port when it is ready to sail. The reas...
|A large artwork statue of a blue whale in a the National Science Museum of Japan at Ueno, Tokyo||12/23/2007||382|