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|The Caen Memorial, a museum for peace, tells the story of the 20 th Century. Its principal mission is stimulating awareness of the fragility of peace.|
The Memorial is just two hours by car or train from Paris and, with over 6,000,000 visitors since it opened, is the second most visited place in Normandy after St. Michael's Mount.
The Memorial organises a large number of ev...
|Kriminalgericht (Criminal Justice Building) Moabit is Europe´s largest court building, housing the District Court (Amtsgericht), Regional Court (Landgericht) and the D.A.´s office. The adjacent buildings to the west and southwest are also part of the complex. Also, there is the correctional facility of Berlin-Moabit next to it, the star-shaped building, so detainees don´t have to come a long wa...||08/21/2005||437|
|European Court of Justice in Luxembourg||12/16/2005||465|
|MLK was a black preacher fighting for human rights||10/29/2005||338|
|The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first ever permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to promote the rule of law and ensure that the gravest international crimes do not go unpunished. The ICC will be complementary to national criminal jurisdictions. The seat of the Court is The Hague in The Netherlands and it is temporarily housed at "de Arc&...||03/28/2006||484|
|US Supreme Court Building in 3D( GE4 version )||02/09/2007||1,873|
|The Great Wheel of Earls Court was based upon the celebrated Ferris Wheel that had been the most arresting feature of the Chicago Exhibition of 1893. The patentee of the Chicago Wheel, a United States naval engineer called James Weir Graydon, had signed over his European rights to Walter B.Basset, a retired British naval officer (Basset later built further wheels at Paris, Blackpool and Vienna...||03/15/2006||772|
|In 1749 Johann W. von Goethe was born in this small building in the city of Frankfurt. Goethe was one of the paramount figures of German literature and European Neo-Classicism. |
Goethe, born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany,
(28 August 1749 – 22 March 1832) was a German novelist, dramatist, humanist, scientist, philosopher, and for ten years chief minister of state at ...
|The European Council Building at Strasbourg, France||09/24/2005||339|
|An ancient cave discovered in December in western France contained a rare find: a 27,000-year-old human skeleton in a painted room and a drawing of a human face.|
It was only the second time that a human body from the upper Palaeolithic period had been found placed in a cave with decorations. The subterranean art predates that of the famed Lascaux caves.
|This is the other gate in Flensburg build 1602 and was a meeting place for the sailors in Flensburg.|
Interesting inside the building is is the tile room decorated with dutch tiles.
Outside the building you see marks from the past floodings of Flensburg and also the coat of arms of Flensburg and of King Christian IV and Queen Anna Katharina.
|Hascombe Court was one of Radio DJ/TV presenter Chris Evans former homes.|
It is a 172-acre estate located a few miles south of Godalming in Surrey, England.
Evans lived here with ex-wife Billie Piper for 4 years (2000-2004)
Evans & Piper were often seen visiting the local pub (The White Horse) in the nearby village of Hascombe.