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|The route will pass through remote areas of high intensity|
earthquakes, low temperature and atmospheric pressure.
Approximately 780 km (485 mi) of the line will be laid at
an elevation of 4,500-5,000 m (14,765-16,405 ft), with the
highest point reaching 5,072 m (16,641 ft) at the Dangla
(Ch: Tanggula) Mountain pass. At elevations in excess
of 4,000 m (1...
|Lhasa in Tibet (Xizang)|
Khashgar in Xinkiang.
|Road (Friendshhip Highway)from|
Lhasa in Tibet (Xizang) Chine
Kathmandu in Nepal.
|Called a mountain, but at 322m high, the highest top in The Netherlands is easily overlooked.||07/31/2005||484|
|The road between Lhasa (Tibet) and Kathmandu stretches for 920 km and is known as the Friendship Highway.|
| Higher than the Great pyramid of Giza. The twin slag heaps are the highest in Europe (186meters),and the highest point of the Flanders region. They may become an "historical Monument", as witness of a former period, due to the fact that all the coal mines are closed in the country. |
Here is a good link about the slag heaps:
|The bridge (In Progress) over Kyu-chu river near Lhasa in Tibet.||09/15/2006||604|
|Name: The Pyramid|
The biggest clock in Berlin and europe
At the edges of the glaspyramid every second two blue lights are going from the ground to the highest point of the pyramid (100m)Every minute there is a flash at the highest point, and the hours and minutes are shown with ...
|The very low frequency transmitter in the middle of nowhere in the Saterland is operated by the German Navy and also used by the NATO for broadcasting messages for submarines. Each antenna is about 350 m high (ca. 400m at its highest point). For maintenance proposes they can be climbed with an elevator. They are the highest buildings in Europe!|
They are transmitting at 23.4 kHz with ca. ...
|Lowest and Highest points for all countries|
lower and highest point.
- All highest points.
- And the lowest, when it's below sea level
|The highest point in Sao Paulo.||08/15/2005||713|
|Yerevan TV Tower is a 311.7 metre high lattice tower on Nork Hill in Yerevan, Armenia. It was built from 1974 to 1977 as a replacement for the old 180-meter high TV tower at Yerevan. Currently being the highest point in the city, it is one of the highest towers in the world. ||04/15/2007||662|