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|Ahvaz's subway has 4 line. line 1 from melihafari to kianpars. line 2 from zergan to university. line 3 from kinan abad to kutabdola. line 4 from ba honar to khashayar||08/28/2006||647|
|A very interesting aerial photography, taken in low water and hig tide, where you can see above the surface the rest of french fleet sank during the famous battle of La Hougue in 1692.|
i've been diving a lot on those wrecks and found many canons and canon balls everywhere.
We salvage a few of them for the local museum.
We can also see hoysters bed everywhere
|The French war cemetery of Venafro contains the burials of 3.414 French soldiers who fell during the Second World War. This is the biggest French war cemetery from WW2 on Italian soil.|
|The 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (French: 2e Régiment Étranger de Parachutistes, 2e REP) is an Airborne regiment in the French Foreign Legion. It is a part of the 11e Brigade Parachutiste and the spearhead of the French Rapid reaction force. As such, it fills what could typically be described as a special forces role for the French Foreign Legion.|
|1940 Maginot line forts and bunkers implementation sector by sector (exception for Sarre sector still incomplete).|
All names are in French.
Updated: 12.10.06 This is a fully reorganized file to allow permanent external update without reloading the KMZ each time.
|The fortress of Maubeuge stood on the River Sambre, just inside France. In August 1914 it stood directly in the line of the great German sweep through Belgium that was at the heart of the Schlieffen Plan. Initially the French did not believe that any significant German forces were north of the Sambre, but when they finally realised what was going on, Joffre ordered the French Fifth army north t...||01/14/2010||1,221|
|Route of the proposed 2nd ave line in Manhattan. If it is fully built a new line (the "T" which would have the colour teal) would run from 125th st to Lower Manhattan. The Q would also be extended to 125th st.||05/15/2006||603|
|Charles de Gaulle (R91) is the only serving French aircraft carrier and is the flagship of the French Navy (Marine Nationale). She is the tenth French aircraft carrier, the first French nuclear-powered surface vessel, and the first nuclear-powered carrier built outside of the United States Navy. She is named after the French statesman and general, Charles de Gaulle. ||10/03/2007||879|
|A multilingual Celtic data set - select either Breton (brezhoneg, bretonne) or French (frañs, français) and see departments, prefectures, and towns of 10,000 population or more in that language. Currently, Google Earth provides some in Breton, some in French, and only at very low altitudes.||03/06/2006||472|
|The former elevated train, the High Line, used to run on the West Side of Manhattan. Remains of it are still clearly visible, especially with GE. At the marked spot the High Line ran through a warehouse on 15th and 10th Ave. The opening through the building has since closed but it still makes for an interesting sight. New York, New York.||08/24/2005||1,602|
|The Floréal is a small monitoring frigate ("frégate de surveillance") of the French Marine Nationale. She is the lead ship of her class, and the first French vessel named after the 8th month of the Republican Calendar. |
In 1993, she took part in United Nations Operation in Somalia II to protect Blue Helmets. In 1995, she took part in the capture of Bob Denard in the Comoros.
|This French Military Cemetery is a reminder that for the opening of the war the northern flank of the Ypres Salient was held by the French Army (with the Belgian Army on their left).|
There are 3547 soldiers buried here plus a mass grave for 609 unknown.