This horse is a little under a mile north of the village of Alton Barnes, on a moderate slope on Milk Hill on the ridge that extends to Walker's Hill, to the east of the Alton Barnes to Lockeridge road.
The originator was a Mr Robert Pile, of Manor Farm, Alton Barnes. He may have been the same man who was responsible for the first Pewsey horse, or possibly his son. In 1812 Mr Pile paid t...
The De Redin towers are a series of small fortified watch towers on the island of Malta.
They were built by the Knights of Malta.
Thirteen were built under the auspices of Grand Master Fra Martin de Redin. Though they are usually known as De Redin towers, towers to a similar design were built under his predecessor Grand Master Fra Juan de Lascaris-Castellar.
The Two Towers are among the city's most recognisable landmarks. In the 12th and 13th centuries, the noble families of Bologna raised over 100 towers across the city. Of the 20 that survive today, the Asinelli and the Garisenda towers are Bologna's most famous and they situated at the end of Via Rizzoli. email@example.com
The collection of the worlds 50 tallest towers. Measured in Meters and Feet. An interesting view for all TV Tower Junkies out there. If you are also a fan of skyscraperpage.com, this is my source you will really enjoy this collection. I am currently working on the top50. collected by Calenglinnar
The 25 tallest towers in the world. New: This time with exact ...
Situated on Canton Road, The Victoria Towers rises 70 storeys above the bustling streets of Tsimshatsui, giving its residents panoramic view of the world-famous Victoria Harbour.
Flak towers (German: Flakturm) were large AA gun blockhouses used by the Luftwaffe to prevent overflights of key areas in certain cities in World War II. They also served as air-raid shelters for tens of thousands of people and to coordinate air defence. With concrete walls up to 3.5m thick these towers were considered to be invulnerable to attack with the usual ordnance carried by Allied bombe...