Optically strange oil field in a lake near Niznevartovsk in Siberia, which is one of Russia´s major oil-producing locations.
It looks organic (to me), like fungi spores spreading over the area.
There are loads of oil-drilling facilities and a hi-res area north.
The Tunguska event was an aerial explosion that occurred at 60°55′ N 101°57′ E, near the Podkamennaya (Stony) Tunguska River in what is now Evenkia, Siberia, at 7:17 AM on June 30, 1908. The size of the blast was later estimated to be between 10 and 15 megatons. It felled an estimated 60 million trees over 2,150 square kilometers.
This file has the North Pole rendered out in Google Earth. Also on Christmas Eve, Santa, his reindeer and a sleigh full of gifts departs the North Pole and visits all the good children throughout the world. Hundreds of locations will be visited and at all the locations, where Santa was sighted, Santa will leave a gift that opens up Christmas Day. Also watch throughout the year as the scene at t...
The tallest flagpole in Denmark is 47,75 meters tall and the flag (dannebrog) is 140m2. The knob is a golden krown and is 0.5 meters tall. It was designed by Brondbys former Mayor Kjeld Rasmussen.
The pole is standing on a base of 12 meters long iron bars and is going 4 meters bown into the ground.
To hoist and low the flag the pole contains an electric motor device. ...
The 52-floor IS Bank Tower 1 is the tallest office building in Turkey and the Balkan peninsula (southeastern Europe). It entered service with the ceremonies between August 23 and 26, 2000. Its official height is 181.20 m "without" the flag pole, and 194.57 m "including" the flag pole.
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