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|This is the Alpin center in Bottrop, Germany. The center is an indoor-ski-hall and is at least Europe's largest.|
The track is about 640 meters (approx. 2000 ft.) long.
|Address: Warner Allee 1|
Bottrop 46244 Germany
Phone numbers: +49 (0) 2045-899-899 Local
+49 (0) 2045-85262 FAX
Official web site: http://www.starparks.com
Status: Operating since 1996
Operated from 1992 to 1993
Operated from 3/28/1986 to 8/31/1991
Operated from 5/19/1977 to 1985
Operated from 7/7/1967 to 1976
|A visual bend in the railroad between Bottrop main station and Bottrop Boy.||02/28/2007||530|
|This is, i think, the ultimative highest resolution that i have seen on GE||04/25/2006||1,951|
|"The Four Eggs". The digestion towers of the waste water treatment plant of Bottrop.||02/22/2007||334|
|Two bus stops in two ways, Bottrop, Germany. |
You can identify it because you can read it.
|In the south of Bottrop, Germany you can see manny destroyed cars on an auto graveyard.||02/28/2007||401|
|The (hard) coal mine “Colliery Prosper Haniel” in Bottrop, Ruhr Area has got four locations:|
The mines Prosper IV and Prosper V in Kirchhellen (a part of Bottrop), the biggest one: Haniel, near Oberhausen and Prosper II, an abandoned pit near the Coke plant “Prosper”. Here is only coal dressing, the Training and a Monument called „Malakow-Turm”.
The colliery's important data: 4.19...
|In a garden in Bottrop stands this classic red VW Bettle (Käfer).||12/08/2007||349|
|22 March 1945 |
STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): 2 missions are flown. Mission 906: Air attacks in preparation for the lower Rhine River crossing by Allied ground forces continue; 1,331 bombers and 662 fighters attack barracks and military encampments in the Ruhr and airfields in Germany visually; they claim 27-1-12 Luftwaffe aircraft; 1 B-17 and 3 P-51s are lost: 1. 99 of...
|“Kokerei Prosper”, a coking plant in Bottrop, Ruhr Area is a part of the hard-coal mine “Prosper Haniel”.|
2.000.000 tons per year hard-coal is feed for 146 coke-furnaces. They produce 75% Cokes and 25% of gas and other hydrocarbons.
|This point, at 51°10 N 10° 27 East, was in 1990 defined by Dr. -Ing. Heinz Finger as the centre of Germany by middling the outermost borderpoints of Germany. There are four other villages which claim the center as their territory.||08/24/2005||788|