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|The world's largest Coca-Cola bottle, which towers more than four stories over the World of Coca-Cola Museum on the Strip(enormous thirty-five-foot high)!||11/24/2005||640|
|This is the Coca-Cola bottling plant and distribution center in Haninge south of Stockholm.|
You can see the red staples of crates for the bottles to the west.
|Coca Cola logo painted on top of a truck in Northern Germany||04/06/2008||441|
|1997 Che Guevara was stated to rest here in Santa Clara in a state ceremony after he was found in a mass grave on Vallegrande airfield in Bolivia after he was executed in 1967 in a schoolhouse in La Higuera, Bolivia.||09/06/2006||567|
|Office building (and warehouse) of Coca-Cola Belgium||01/29/2006||367|
|Coca Cola written on a roof near St. Petersburg´s airport||08/21/2005||635|
|This is where Tuborg, Carlsberg and other danish beer are brewed. But also Coca-Cola is made here too. As one of the last places in the world in 1995.|
The taste of Coca-Cola in Greenland has a unique taste because it contain water from the ice cap of Greenland.
|A Coca Cola plant in Germany. Big print on the roof.||08/01/2005||1,020|
|A massive Coca Cola logo near the Chilean border, made up of lots of bottles I believe.||12/20/2006||2,045|
|5808 m (19,055 ft). Cerros de Tocorpuri (or Volcán Tocorpuri) is a stratovolcano complex on the Chile-Bolivia border with a youthful-looking rhyolitic lava dome, Cerro la Torta, at its western foot. ||10/17/2005||775|
|A Lot Coca-Cola Trucks in a yard in Bremen||12/12/2007||378|
|6542 m (21,463 ft). Nevado del Sajama, rising to 6542 m about 20 km east of the Chilean border, is Bolivia's highest mountain.||10/17/2005||1,030|