Germany

Walk of Ideas Pt. 2

Continuing our journey along Germany’s “Walk of Ideas” we arrive at a giant pill entitled “Milestones of Medicine”. Then there’s “Milestones in Music” – a collection of giant musical notes in front of the Konzerthaus. Which leads us to “Modern…

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Monday, 9th October 2006

Walk of Ideas

The ‘Walk of Ideas’ was an ‘art project’ throughout Berlin which was put in place of the World Cup earlier this year. The 6 sculptures promoted the best of Germany, and not very subtly provided advertising for the project’s two…

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Sunday, 8th October 2006

Giant Water Pancake

It’s a little difficult to describe this thing which has been plopped into the middle of Bodensee (Lake Constance), Germany, as anything but a gigantic water pancake. Has a meteorite crashed into the lake? Or has someone been crying over…

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Thursday, 28th September 2006

Giant Alien Bug

Holy Cardigans, Batman! There’s an absolutely enormous bug in Germany, which is clearly hell-bent on destruction! Run for the hills! At over 50 metres, this bug would be far bigger than the previously posted World’s Largest Bug (and a whole…

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Monday, 18th September 2006

MiG-21 Shopping

Heading down the shops you might walk, maybe cycle or probably take the car. There’s not many people who do the weekly errands in a MiG-21 fighter. Sadly it turns out that this plane is always in the car park…

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Wednesday, 6th September 2006

9 (Possible) Traffic Accidents

This feels a little like ambulance chasing, so in no particular order, here are 9 (possible) traffic accidents. 1. Highway A13 just north of Rotterdam (there’s a couple of vehicles on the hard shoulder, and traffic is backed up for…

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Tuesday, 25th July 2006
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