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|Dr Pepper Sign in Melbourne, Australia||10/13/2005||391|
|These is the Giant "Cheese" Stick near a tollway in Melboure. Red Zippers down left to it. Simply a remarkable Welcome Sign when entering Melbourne from the airport.||11/10/2005||643|
|During the middle of the 19th century the Government of Victoria voted the sum of £5000 for the construction of a large equatorial telescope to be erected at the Melbourne Observatory, Australia.|
The construction of the grand instrument was entrusted to Mr.Grubb, F.R.S., of Dublin, Ireland. At the commencement of the year 1868 the telescope was completed.
The Great Melbourne teles...
|Here you can see the most important sites of Melbourne. Furthermore the 10 tallest buildings of this city are marked.||01/11/2006||542|
|The famous M.C.G. Melbourne, Australia||10/05/2005||510|
|Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne. The Royal Exhibition Building was built in Melbourne's Carlton Gardens in 1880 for the 1880 Melbourne International Exhibition.||10/21/2005||358|
|A large euro sign in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt/Germany|
You can even see the shadow of the sign better than the sign itself.
|HMAS Melbourne (FFG 05) is an Adelaide class guided missile frigate laid down by AMECON at Williamstown in Victoria on 12 July 1985, launched on 5 May 1989 and commissioned on 15 February 1992. |
Melbourne has seen active service on four occasions since commissioning. Her first tour was to the Persian Gulf in 1996 followed by a deployment to East Timor in 1998 operating in support...
|Luna Park, Melbourne, Australia. Fun Park with good old fashion Roller Coaster , Merry-go-round , Haunted House and the like that first opened in 1912.||10/08/2005||461|
|Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, Australia. The Shrine was built between 1928 and 1934 in remembrance of the men and women of Victoria who served and those who died in the Great War of 1914-1918||10/20/2005||346|
|Old Melbourne Jail, Victoria, Australia. Built in the mid 1800's, between 1842 and 1929 [when it closed] there were 135 hangings including the famous bushranger Ned Kelly. Thankfully capital punishment is no more a part of Australia.||10/21/2005||452|
|It was built 1770-1774 by Sir William Chambers for Viscount Melbourne, as Melbourne House.Historically Albany was the best known and most prestigious set of bachelor apartments in London. The residents included such famous names as the poet Lord Byron and the future Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, and many members of the aristocracy. ||11/18/2006||375|