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|The Gneisenau was transfered to the Gotenhafen (Gdynia) branch of Deutsche Werke in April 1942. On the photograph she can be seen in the floating dock in Gotenhafen (Gdynia). Here her stem was cut off and used as scrap metal.||10/09/2007||1,137|
|Stadium of Polish Ekstraklasa team Arka Gdynia. Built in 1929 with a capacity for 12,000 people. (Arka moved into the stadium in 1999 and share the stadium with city rivals Baltyk Gdynia)||11/25/2005||244|
|cd...gdynia vol 2 in poland||11/12/2005||593|
|city gdynia - poland||11/13/2005||864|
|USS LSM-45 is a LSM-1-class Landing Ship Medium, formerly of the United States Navy and the Hellenic Navy, and the last known surviving LSM in its original configuration. Currently located at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, it was donated to the Museum of the Marine by the now defunct Amphibious Ship Museum under the understanding that it would be put on display at the museum,...||10/12/2009||423|
|The museum was inaugurated in 1910 and contain collections of marine fauna, model ships and craftware.|
Located in the basement is an aquarium with 4000 species of fish.
|Very great Theme Park!!!!|
Address: 2001 Marine World Parkway
Vallejo, CA 94589-4002 USA
Phone numbers: 707-644-4000 Local
Official web site: http://www.sixflags.com/parks/marineworld
Status: Operating since 1986
Name changes: Six Flags Marine World (1999 to ?)
Marine World Africa USA
|Aeronauticum is the official German maritime aircraft museum - located in Nordholz (close to Cuxhaven).|
The museum has a large collection of aircraft that has been used by the German Marine/Navy.
The name of the museum derives from the English word Aeronautics.
|Various museums in NYC - Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, Pierpont Morgan Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters.||08/13/2005||605|
|Marine Airbase near Cuyhaven - Germany||11/12/2006||329|
|USS Trout (SS-566), a Tang-class submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the trout, small freshwater fishes highly esteemed by anglers for their gameness, their rich and finely flavored flesh, and their handsome (usually mottled or speckled) coloration.|
After being docked in Key West, Florida, under the control of NAVAIR, Marine and Targets Detach...