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|In the summer of 1995 an iceberg broke in two pieces and it rolled round. The result was a huge tsunami rolling towards the city of Uummannaq.|
In the bay of Uummannaq local fishermen and hunters had their boats an on a small island a hunter had his dogs chained. A few days before a local plumber had recieved a load of iron pipes they were placed on a barge in the bay.
|Devastation to Banda Aceh on the island of Sumatra as a result of the tsunami caused by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (Credit: Digital Globe)This overlay shows the area before the Tsunami.||08/26/2005||4,834|
|Devastation to Banda Aceh on the island of Sumatra as a result of the tsunami caused by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (Credit: Digital Globe)This overlay shows the area AFTER the Tsunami.||08/26/2005||6,320|
|A little overlay which shows the area before and after the tsunami.||08/22/2005||5,166|
|A cruise liner capsized near Eleusis in Greece||05/23/2009||1,040|
|Beached cargo ship awaiting the cutters torch in Bangladesh.||10/14/2006||686|
|JAKARTA, Indonesia - A 6-foot-high tsunami crashed into beach resorts and fishing villages along Indonesiaís Java island Monday, killing at least 339 people, leaving many missing and sending thousands fleeing to higher ground in terror, witnesses and officials said. |
Regional agencies issued bulletins that a 7.7-magnitude undersea earthquake was strong enough to send a killer wav...
|Capsized ship in Magadan, Russia||11/23/2007||609|
|A short video i did in April 2005 on the market place in Hambantota where over 3000 people, mainly families, died in the Tsunami on 26. Dec. 2004.||01/08/2006||7,826|
|These boats was sunk, to save the small harbour against wind and waves.|
The boats are from type "Projekt 183" of the East German navy.
|A couple of ghost boats docking at Alcatraz Island. Tourists can be seen on the boats and on the dock getting on and off the boats.||01/04/2009||2,406|
|This overlay shows the city Banda Aceh after the tsunami in December 2004.||09/12/2005||4,922|