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Baixa Pombalina

Baixa Pombalina

After the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake, this is how the donwtown reconstruction plan looked like.
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Pentagon September 12, 2001

Pentagon September 12, 2001

Overlay showing destruction of Al-Qaeda attacks. By making the overlay transparent reconstruction activities are evident.
Rating of 3.608/13/20053,069Google Earth Logo
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Montfort Castle

Montfort Castle

The castle of Montfort, situated on the municipality of Vitrac overhangs the Dordogne and, as for the castle of Beynac, the sight is better of the very river where from we can appreciate the overhang on which stands this fortress. This magnificent castle which dominates Montfort bluff sits down literally on a rocky projection every nook of which it follows.

It was besieged and de...
Rating of 506/23/2008348Google Earth Logo
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Prague - Praha - Petrinska rozhledna (Petrin View Tower)

Prague - Praha - Petrinska rozhledna (Petrin View Tower)

Reduced copy of the Eiffel Tower (60 m high) built in 1891 on the occasion of the Jubilee Exhibition. 299 steps lead up to the top platform. In March 2002 the Tower was opened again to the public after a wide reconstruction.
http://www.pis.cz/en/prague/monuments/view_tower
No rating yet09/22/2005459Google Earth Logo
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Izmir Map, 1926 (After Big Fire, 1922)

Izmir Map, 1926 (After Big Fire, 1922)

An old reconstruction map of Izmir after the big fire, September 1922. Image overlay in B&W. Izmir-Turkey.
Rating of 510/07/2005981Google Earth Logo
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Castle of La Palma, at the mouth of the estuary Ferrol

Castle of La Palma, at the mouth of the estuary Ferrol

Designed by the engineer Montaigu, the Castle of La Palma was built between 1731-44 over the remains of a previous fortress. It was twinned with the Castle of San Felipe, situated on the other side of the entrance to the estuary. Little remains of its original layout, modified by reconstruction in 1895.
No rating yet04/03/2007342Google Earth Logo
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Celtic Cairn in Hochdorf, Germany

Celtic Cairn in Hochdorf, Germany

Reconstruction of a celtic cairn in Hochdorf, Germany. It ist 40 meter wide and was build about 500 B.C.
Rating of 407/25/2006344Google Earth Logo
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Grimspound

Grimspound

Grimspound is a late Bronze Age settlement, situated on Dartmoor in Devon, England. It consists of a set of 24 hut circles surrounded by a low stone wall. The name was first recorded by the Reverend Richard Polwhele in 1797 - it was probably derived from the Anglo Saxon god of war, Grim (more commonly known as Woden, or Odin).

In 1894 an archaeological dig was carried out by the Dartmoor ...

Rating of 309/06/2007655Google Earth Logo
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The Moravian Church of Christiansfeld

The Moravian Church of Christiansfeld

The church of the Moravian Congregation in Christiansfeld today has around 400 members.

The church, erected in 1777, has Denmark's largest room without supporting pillars with space for 1000 people. It underwent a thorough restoration as well as a reconstruction of the original steeple in 1973, financed by a l.2 mill. D.kr. grant from the Historic Buildings Council. The interior ...
No rating yet03/22/2008294Google Earth Logo
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Basilica di Sant Eustorgio, Milano

Basilica di Sant Eustorgio, Milano

Originally build in the IV century by Eustorgio I to receive the remains of the "Re Magi" (The three Kings), this Basilica has been rebuilt in 595 by Eustorgio II.
In 1164 Friedrick 'Barbarossa' destroyed the Basilica to steal the remains and bring them in Colonia. Unfortunately only fow remains has been given back to the Basilica, at the beginning of the XX century. In 1190 st...
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Old Izmir Map (Early 1800s) Before Big Fire

Old Izmir Map (Early 1800s) Before Big Fire

This old map is quite different than actual Izmir maps. Specially Meles Brook and harbour areas are different. This overlay shows pre-reconstruction of the city before the big fire incident in September 1922. Map's legends shows locations of consulates before the destruction. One part of the city destroyed by the fire is now Izmir Fair (Culture Park or Izmir International Fair). Image overlay i...
Rating of 3.33333333310/07/20051,265Google Earth Logo
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Yorkshire Trench reconstruction

Yorkshire Trench reconstruction

Yorkshire Trench was the name given to a front line position dug by units of the 49th (West Riding) Division near the Yser canal at Boesinghe in 1915/16.

What can be seen at this site is a whole section of the trench, at its original depth, with fire-steps and loopholes, and the entrances to two sections of tunnels and dugouts. The dugouts probably date from a later period, 1916...
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