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|This file contains the actual tramway-system in Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany (last update: december 2011)||01/26/2012||662|
|This is the cathedral of Freiburg/Breisgau. It's 116 m high.||03/28/2006||330|
|Hosepipe by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen.||08/22/2006||300|
|A solar house in Freiburg that produces more energy than it consumes.||06/28/2009||503|
|Diokaisareia was a centre for the worship of Zeus Olbius and was known as Olba before it was renamed in the Roman period. The site and its environs contain many tombs where worshippers were buried. The site has been surveyed since 2003 by Detlev Wannagat of the University of Freiburg. ||09/04/2007||516|
|South west of the german city Munzingen this Telekom sign is made in a field. |
July 20th 2000 Freiburg east of Munzingen was end of stage 18 starting in Lausanne (Switzerland) but next day also begin of stage 19 to Mulhouse (France)of the Tour de France.
|The lower and upper stations of the Schauinsland aerial cable car near Freiburg. It is the longest aerial cable car of Germany (3.6 km).||04/05/2006||610|
|On 13. November 1475 the duchy Savoy fought the Battle on the Planta against the Swiss Confederates and the Upper Valais during the War of the Burgunds.|
In the morning the main force of the Savoy (1) crossed the River Morge and defeated in a short fight (2) the vanguards of the Valais. Meanwhile a small force of the Savoy (3) moved on the left flank to Saviese, def...
|The Donnerschweer stadium was originally built by the Oldenburger cycle racing association of 1884 as cycle track. The place was suitable particularly for it since here sand for the Oldenburger main station was already cleared away and there were thus favorable conditions for the installation of the steep walls. |
From 1899 to 1903 football players of the FC Oldenburg in the inter...