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|Bacau International Airport (LRBC)|
TAROM - Romanian Air Transport, commonly known simply as TAROM, is the flag carrier airline of Romania. The brand name TAROM is an acronym for Romanian: Transporturile Aeriene ROMâne (Romanian Air Transport). Its main base is the Henri Coandă International Airport in Bucharest (formerly known as the Otopeni airport). The airline...
|Air Base 91 (Baza Aeriană 91) had been the home of the 91st Fighter Group (Grupul 91 Aviatie Vanatoare) before 2002, when flying operations ended at Deveselu airfield. At that time it was the only Romanian Air Base flying non-LanceR MiG-21's. 29 classic MiG-21's, comprising a range of variants (MiG-21F-13, MiG-21M, MiG-21PF, MiG-21PFM, MiG-21U-400, MiG-21U-600, MiG-21US) and a sole IAR-93 ...||02/02/2010||667|
|Harbin is a modern large city, including many tourism places.|
The largest place of interest is located north of the Songshua river : the sun island with many resorts.
But if you push just a bit north west from the present spot, you will see a coal heap ... just on the other street's side !
|The Palace of Parliament is situated in the center of Bucharest and it represents an attraction because of the fact that the Guiness Book of Records ranked it second after the Pentagon (with a surface of 333.000 sq km) and third in the world in volume. At present, this building is the residence of the Romanian Parliament.|
A national autonomous body founded in 1867, the Romanian A...
|On the seaplane base in Qingdao, standing 4 of the largest seaplanes which fly today.||06/15/2006||901|
|No offence to our Romanian friends, but our fields are more beautiful ||04/28/2006||291|
|Russian Orthodox Saint Sofia Church built in 1907, Harbin. Also the biggest Orthodox church in China.||12/11/2006||293|
|The Long Ta (also known as Dragon Tower) (Chinese: 龙塔, Pinyin: lóng tǎ) in Harbin, China is a tall tower of lattice steel used for communication. It was built in 2000 and rises to 336 m (1102 ft).|
The Long Ta Tower, Heilongjiang Broadcast and TV Tower, 336 meters high, ranks the 2nd highest in the world and the highest in Asia. It is a comprehensive multifuncti...
|The Royal Palace in Bucharest is a 5 floors neoclassic building. It was built between 1927 and 1937 and it served as a royal residence only until 1948, when the monarchy was abolished under the Soviet pressure.|
The Royal Palace was turned into the Romanian National Art Museum and it hosts two major galleries: the Romanian Art Gallery and the European Art Gallery.
|Romanian Government Building in Bucharest||07/04/2006||452|