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|The H.H. Agatha en Barbara basilic in Oudenbosch, The Netherlands.
The architect was P. Cuijpers who also was the architect of the Central Station and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.||04/04/2006||293|
|The Basilica di Santa Croce di Firenze is a Franciscan church famous for numerous funurary monuments, including those to Dante, Galileo, Michelangelo, and NiccolÚ Machiavelli.||03/16/2006||371|
|The basilica named after the saint patron of Italy. Some parts of it has been destroyed by the last big earthquake in the area. Recently the Basilica has been totally fixed.|
|Originally build in the IV century by Eustorgio I to receive the remains of the "Re Magi" (The three Kings), this Basilica has been rebuilt in 595 by Eustorgio II.|
In 1164 Friedrick 'Barbarossa' destroyed the Basilica to steal the remains and bring them in Colonia. Unfortunately only fow remains has been given back to the Basilica, at the beginning of the XX century. In 1190 st...
|The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is a prominent minor basilica of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to the patron saint of the nation.||09/15/2005||339|
|Locations of Oil Rigs in the Santa Barbara Channel. Some locations do not show images in Google Earth, but locations are correct.||11/12/2008||708|
|Koekelberg Basilica is the fifth largest church in the world. The Art Deco church is 89m high and 167m long.||03/16/2006||1,451|
|I'm pretty sure this is Oprah's estate in Santa Barbara. I've compared pictures from magazines, and this looks like it. ||07/19/2007||4,482|
|The Basilica of St. Apollinaire In Classe was begun about 530 A.D. and consecrated in 549 A.D.||10/19/2005||357|
|I found these four Oil Rigs 6 Miles off Santa Barbara.|
|When standing on one of the hills surrounding the center of Brussels, one can always see the dome of the Basilica in Western direction.|
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart (situated in the Suburb of Koekelberg) is labeled "the national Basilica of Belgium". It was built to remember the 75th anniversary of the Belgian independence.
In 1905 king Leopold II lai...
|The Basilica of Saint-Sernin is the largest romanesque church in the Western world.||08/30/2005||327|