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|From Wikipedia: Bielefeld University (German: Universitšt Bielefeld) is a university in Bielefeld, Germany. Founded in 1969, it is one of the country's newer universities, and considers itself a "reform" university, following a different style of organization and teaching than the established universities. In particular, the university aims to "re-establish the unity between research and teachi...||08/12/2005||743|
|From Wikipedia: The University of Paderborn (German: Universitšt Paderborn) in Paderborn, Germany, is a university with 13,900 students (as of 2004 July 2).|
Following the guiding principle of "the university of the information community", its educational emphasis is in the fields of computer science, technology and mathematics.
|This is a corn labyrinth in Bochum, Germany. Every year in August the people can try to find the way out||08/02/2006||390|
|Ruhrstadion Bochum, |
Home of German soccer team VfL Bochum
|503 aircraft - 323 Lancasters, 167 Halifaxes, 11 Mosquitos to Bochum.|
This raid took place over a completely cloud-covered target but accurate Oboe skymarking enabled the all Lancaster/Halifax Main Force to cause severe damage to the centre of Bochum. 14 Lancasters and 10 Halifaxes lost, 4.8 per cent of the force.
|Golf Course Bochum, Germany||03/30/2006||314|
|University of Bonn, Germany|
The school was started on 18 October 1818. On that day, the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III founded the University of Bonn, which still bears the Regent's name.'
|This imposing cathedral of industry dating from before the Great War is used for a wide range of events. The Bochum Symphony Orchestra has performed here as have dancers and actors. The Hall is also used for exhibitions and antiques and collectors fairs. ||03/30/2006||338|
|Universitie of Bochum||10/20/2005||345|
|Overlay with the building owned by the university of Liege (ULg) in the center of the city||02/04/2006||320|
|The Big Ball in Bochum is a radio telescope||12/30/2007||296|
|Aerial photo (circa 2000) of the University of Michigan football stadium and Crisler basketball arena immediately to the east. Overlay not intended to strike fear into the hearts of Buckeyes and Spartans, but has been known to do so on occasion.||08/23/2005||541|