Sam's Town is nestled in the shadow of the Sunrise Mountains in Las Vegas, just six quick miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Located on Boulder Highway, Las Vegas' "Other Strip," Sam's Town boasts 646 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, each decorated in a 19th century Southwestern theme.
Each room comes with a breathtaking view. Choose a room overlooking the bubbling brook and...
Xinjiang's first desert highway, 522 kilometers long, was opened to traffic in 1995. It is the world's longest desert highway.
The highway was built in 1995 to move oil from the Tarim Basin, China's largest inland basin with a total area of 530,000 sq. km. in southern Xinjiang. The basin has a verified reserve of over one billion tons of oil. Seven oilfields there have produced a...
U.S. Highway 66 or Route 66 was a highway in the U.S. Highway system. One of the original federal routes, US 66 was established on November 11, 1926, though signs did not go up until the following year. It originally ran from Chicago, Illinois through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California before ending at the ...
U.S. Highway 66 or Route 66 was and is the most famous road in the U.S. Highway system and quite possibly the most famous and storied highway in the world. US 66 originally ran from Chicago, Illinois through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California before ending at the beach at Santa Monica for a total distance of 2,448 miles (3,940 km).
A highway strip is a section of a motorway that is specially built to allow landing of (mostly) military aircraft and to serve as a military airbase. These were built to allow military aircraft to operate even if their airbases, the most vulnerable targets in any war, are destroyed. The first highway strips were constructed at the end of World War II in Nazi Germany, where the well developed Au...
Is it a joke???
It´s not a joke!!!
Is it a Google Earth mistake?'
There´s no mistake, in any way!!
Is it possible??
It´s possible in the country where it´s built!!
And where is it?
In the center of Osaka, Japan.
During the years 80, the municipality of Osaka needed the little "land" situated where the building today take place, ...
Otzenrath is a city soon to be gone because of the Ganzweiler II brown coal mine on the other side if the highway A44. It all began 1999 and latest 2007 all residents has to be moved to Neu-Otzenrath or any other place.
The mining is moing westwards and on the map you can see what and when the next city is gone.