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|Momsenstadium Berlin.Home of the former 2.Bundesliga Soccerclub TeBe Berlin (Tennis Borussia Berlin).The stadium is located in the district of Charlottenburg.||04/26/2006||448|
|The Berliner Funkturm or Funkturm Berlin (Radio Tower Berlin) is a transmitting tower in Berlin, built between 1924 and 1926 by Heinrich Straumer. It is nicknamed "der lange Lulatsch" ("the lanky lad") and is one of the best-known points of interest in the city of Berlin. It stands in the Berlin fairground in the Charlottenburg Wilmersdorf district. On September 3, 1926 the radio tower was inau...||08/03/2005||1,071|
|A reconnaissance picture of the Olympia-Stadion (Olympic stadium) made during WWII.|
The German Stadium was built between 1912 and 1913 within the boundaries of the horse racing track at Charlottenburg near the Grunewald Forest. At the time, its capacity of 40,000 made it the largest sports stadium in the world, intended to be the main stadium for the 1916 Summer Olympics, which had been ...
|The Stadtschloss (German: Berliner Stadtschloss, rendered in English as Berlin City Palace), was a royal palace in the centre of Berlin, capital of Germany (1871-1945 capital of the German Reich, 1949-1990 in parts capital of East Germany, 1990 to date capital of reunifed Germany). It was the principal residence (winter residence) of the Kings of Prussia from 1701-1918 and of the German Emperor...||11/10/2009||577|
|The Tränenpalast (eng. "Palace of Tears") is the Berlin colloquialism for the former border crossing station at the Berlin Friedrichstrasse railway station. The name comes from the many tearful "Good-Bye's" that took place in front of the building, where visiting citizens of the divided city had to say farewell to their East-German relatives that were not permitted to travel to the Western part...||11/11/2009||328|
|The palace doors, each worth one thousand gold pieces, were so admired by "Kaiser Wilhelm" that some were presented to him as a gift and stand today in Berlin Museum. The finest marble and mother-of-pearl were brought from all over the world for the new Ciragan Palace; construction was completed at a total cost of five million Ottoman gold liras. ||10/21/2005||417|
|Mariyinsky Palace is a Baroque palace and the official residence of the President of Ukraine for ceremonial purposes. Designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, the palace was completed in 1752.||03/23/2006||755|
|The Brejoeira Palace, in Portuguese Palácio da Brejoeira. It is a palace in Monção, Portugal.|
Tha Palace was constructed in the 18th century according to a project from the architect Carlos Amarante.
|Strömsholm Palace, sometimes called Strömsholm Castle (Swedish: Strömsholms slott), is a Swedish royal palace. The baroque palace is built on the site of a fortress from the 1550s, located on an island in the Kolbäcksån river at the west end of Lake Mälaren. The palace has interiors from the 1700s and an important collection of Swedish paintings.|
|Frederiksborg Palace in Hillerød, Denmark was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV. It is the largest Renaissance palace in Scandinavia. The palace is located on three small islands in the middle of Palace Lake and is adjoined by a large, baroque formal garden.||09/09/2005||378|
|Chitralada Palace is known by the Thai people as the new palace in Bangkok. It is a primary palace of King Rama IX and other Thai royals.||08/23/2005||703|
|Schoenbrunn Palace (Schloss Schönbrunn)is a major tourist attraction in Vienna, Austria. Generations of Habsburg monarchs called the palace home until their downfall in 1918. The newly founded Austrian Republic took ownership of the palace and preserve it to this day as a museum. The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) placed Schönbrunn Palace on the World...||02/17/2007||1,014|