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|One of South Africa's Largest shopping malls with 311 shops.|
Also has the world's first rooftop drive-in theatre.
|Rome has just two underground lines (so far), so it didn't take much to make this...|
This kmz has Lines A (orange) and B (blue). Line C from Pantano (South East of the city) to Piazzale Clodio (North Western area of Rome, close to the stadium) is in the definitive project phase and works will start soon.
Another connection, Line B1, just five stops, from Piazza Bologna to Via dell...
|Going to Rome? Here you find 173 things to see in Google Earth Rome, Italy, in a single KMZ file. It's a collection of things both from myself and from others, that I found searching over the net. I hope you have some fun...||12/17/2005||2,697|
|'All roads lead to Rome' (Omnes viae Romam perducunt) |
once upon a time this was not so far from the truth. In the Middle Ages pilgrims converged on the spiritual home of European christianity from all over the continent, upon arrival in Italy following the route that linked Rome with Canterbury - the Via Francigena, which, together with the Camino de Santiago, was the principal spiritua...
|Famous building in Rome||08/05/2005||959|
|A map of Rome with popular tourist locations.||03/13/2006||1,419|
|Rome synagogue very follows the same tradition as Florence synagogue in its décor. It was built 2 blocks away from the place where 5 of Rome synagogues used to be. Now all the Roman Jews come to this synagogue to pray during the holidays and on Sabbath. The synagogue is very large and it has sephardic décor, with walls painted with Moorish patterns from the floor to the ceiling. It also has Art...||05/10/2006||317|
|The Miliarium Aureum (golden milestone) in Rome was a gilded column of bronze. It was put on on instruction of Emperor Augustus 20 BC. at the eastern corner of the Rostra on the Forum Romanum in Rome. Originally the names of the capitals of the provinces of the Roman Empire and their respective distances of Rome stood on the column. This column should remind humans of the size of the empire and...||10/20/2006||629|
|Nazi railroad yards at Siena are knocked out. On the alternate line from Pisa and Florence south to Rome, the Siena yards were blasted by Mediterranean Allied Air Force Bombers. Within two months "Operation Strangle" had smashed all large and medium sized railyards at Rome, Rimini, Ancona, Pisa, Arezzo, Foligno, Terni, and Viterbo.|
Operation Strangle was a series of air...
|The aircraft seems to go to Fiumicino Airport to the south||02/13/2010||281|
|This is one of the largest shopping malls in this area of france.||10/12/2005||240|
|Baths in Rome, Built by the Emperor Caracalla.||08/23/2005||478|