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|This is the house where born Michael Jackson to the 2300 of Jackson Street to "GARY Indiana"... you/he/she has been hard... but I have succeeded. |
|100 N. Carolwood Dr. in Bel Air, Los Angeles is the adress of the mansion where The King Of Pop died on June 25th 2009 - R.I.P.|
More information about the mansion: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1100646/Michael-Jackson-silences-rumours-money-trouble-renting-100-000-month-mansion.html
|Neverland Ranch (or Neverland Valley Ranch) is a California property owned by United States pop musician Michael Jackson. It is named after Neverland, the fictional island in the story Peter Pan. Jackson lives at Neverland.
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|The Stonewall Jackson House is a 19th century house located at 8 East Washington Street in Lexington, Virginia. Constructed in 1802, by Cornelius Dorman. Dr. Archibald Graham sold it to Jackson on November 4, 1858, for $3000.|
|World-famous director Peter Jackson has built hobbit holes at his property just west of the town and appears to have completed his home renovations, transforming a stately Wairarapa homestead into a spired fantasy mansion.|
Woman’s Day magazine says Jackson acquired part of the Hobbbiton set from the films, including Frodo’s home Bag End, to use as a guest house beneath a rolling ...
|The Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum was an antebellum home owned by Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Tilghman Moore, commander of the 31st Virginia Militia. Later, while commanding the 4th Virginia Infantry, Colonel Moore offered his home at 415 North Braddock Street, Winchester, Virginia, USA, to serve as the headquarters for Confederate Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.|
|in this hotel lodging' Michael Jackson in his covers Roman. The concert was kept to roma in May of 1989||03/25/2006||371|
|Jackson Barracks Military Museum includes aircraft like the F4 Phantom, F15 Eagle, Convair YF-102A, even a F-100 Super Saber and a B26 Bomber||01/22/2008||414|
|In this stadium 29.05 1988 the concert of Michael Jackson developed him. It was the only one it covers of hisr European tour in Italy||03/22/2006||411|
|This large mansion in North Atlanta was built by Larry Dean, founder of Stockholder Systems Inc., a banking software company. With a pricetag of $40 million, King of Pop Michael Jackson looked into purchasing it as a second Neverland.||10/08/2005||1,093|
|In this office building Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson died of his wounds after on May 10th. 1863. He was shot on May 10th. by own troops who thaught he was a Yank (North) soldier even though they shouted who he was they didn't await reply. They thaught it was a trick.|
|Over 110 years old, and long since the days of being a brewhouse, Jackson Brewery has endured as a great landmark in the City of New Orleans. The Brewery was the largest independent brewery in the south and the tenth largest single-plant brewery in the country. Today the building is no longer a brewery, but the view is still intoxicating. |
Drop into the monumental Jackson Brewery for a t...