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|Bondi Baths. Swimming Pool. Sydney Australia. Sea water swimming pool favoured by two types of people: those who like a cement wall between them and things in the ocean that bite, and the Bondi Icebergs whose swimming season is throughout winter.||09/08/2005||564|
|All eight public open air baths (Freibäder) in Munich||07/27/2006||270|
|Hotel Gellért is a famous, first class four star hotel in Budapest, Hungary. The hotel was erected on the right bank of the river Danube between 1916 and 1918 at the foot of Gellért Hill, next to Szabadság Bridge.|
Hotel Gellért is famous for its thermal baths.
|In 1896, the Sutro Baths was opened to the public as the world's largest indoor swimming pool establishment. Built on the sleepy western side of San Francisco by wealthy entrepreneur and former mayor of San Francisco (1894-1896), Adolph Sutro, the breathtakingly vast glass, iron, wood, and cement structure was mostly hidden in, and literally filled, a small beach inlet below the Cliff House whi...||08/09/2005||437|
|The Sofia Public Mineral Baths (Bulgarian: Софийска градска минерална баня, Sofiyska gradska mineralna banya) or the Central Mineral Baths (Централна мин
|This plane is a few meters from the ground, just taking off||02/14/2010||459|
|This plane is taking off from RWY 13R at Dallas Fort Worth International.||04/05/2008||392|
|this plane is taking off from Palma Island,Canary||11/28/2006||630|
|A small seaplane is waiting for people taking a ride to see Hamburg from above!||11/09/2005||441|
|NW from the runway you can see an aircraft taking off from Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil||08/25/2005||465|
|This Sea Plane is taking off from Ketchikan harbout.||07/31/2006||372|
|Malaga, Spain. Plane taking off while another waits.||09/16/2005||467|
|This is the Zeppelinfeld in Nuremberg, Germany.|
During the Nazi Regime this became the place of their Nuremberg Rallies with over 100,000 people taking part.
Nowadays it is a public recreation area, and the grand-stand hosts a historical documentary exhibition on the area during the "Third Reich".