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|Justicny palac, Bratislava, Slovakia-biggest prison of Capitol of Slovakia, Bratislava City.||03/27/2006||792|
|This is a virtual tour through the most interesting sights of Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, Central Europe.|
It demonstrates the usefulnes of Google Earth for tourist industry, travellers, etc.
It also serves as a source of information and entertainment for people who like to surf the globe with Google Earth.
|The oldest prison in Slovakia. It's capacity is for 804 arrested people. It was builded as a fortress in 1699. It includes the cinema with 208 places and the library with 13000 book items now.||01/11/2006||675|
|The castle is located on a hill overlooking the river Danube, the southern-most hill of the Small Carpathian Mountains, 150 meters above sea level.||08/27/2005||369|
|President palace with garden||12/31/2005||423|
|The Kamzík TV Tower is a 200 metre high TV Tower overlooking the City of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It sits on Kamzík hill, part of the Little Carpathians. The Kamzík TV Tower was built in 1975 and has an observation deck and restaurant open for visitors. Its design is somewhat unusual.|
|Here you can find interesting places of WW2 in Germany (and other places in Europe). Google Earth makes finding them easy.||11/18/2006||3,241|
|Interesting places in Bangkok, Thailand - including photos||11/13/2008||843|
|I made a city guide for Luxembourg, the capital of the little state 'Luxembourg' next to Germany. There are lots of more interesting places to visit. Just watch the places near the G-D's palace.||08/05/2005||1,044|
|20 km south from city Zvolen (Slovakia)and 4km from city Dobra Niva - Military Radio Detection and Ranging Station is located||10/17/2005||427|
|In Slovakia, the heart of Europe, you will find the most compact high mountain range of the world - The High Tatra Mountains||10/20/2005||867|
|Slovakia is situated at the heart of Europe, and at the crossroads of west and east. St.John's Church in the village of Krahule, on the road to Kremnicke Bane, was declared to be the geographical centre of Europe. That tradition goes back to the late 18th century.||10/31/2005||366|