Germany

Molecule Man and Hammering Man

Apparently floating on the river Spree in Berlin, the massive Molecule Man casts a striking shadow which leaves you in no doubt what it’s a sculpture of. However from ground level you really see how well the illusion is realised.…

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Tuesday, 11th July 2006

Olympiastadion

Opened in 1936, renovated in 2004, 68 metres high, with 113 VIP stands, 2 underground garages and 76,000 seats, this is the fantastic looking Olympiastadion in Berlin. None of it matters tonight of course – not if you’re a French…

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Sunday, 9th July 2006

Tropical Islands Resort

Tropical Island Resort is a large artificial “exotic island” resort in Germany. The 107m tall building was designed and built as a hangar for CL160 Super Heavy-Lift Cargo Airships, but the airships were never constructed so the hangar was a…

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Thursday, 15th June 2006

England v Trinidad and Tobago

This is the Urban Stadium in Nuremberg… Erm, no. It used to be the Urban Stadium, it now appears to be the Frankenstadion… Sorry. This stadium has been renamed the easyCredit-Stadion for the next 5 years. Except… FIFA have renamed…

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Thursday, 15th June 2006

Allianz Arena

This is the 69,901 seater Allianz Arena stadium in Munich, Germany, which is due to play host to tonight’s world cup opening match. In which case, they might want to hurry up and put some grass in there 😉 Incredibly,…

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Friday, 9th June 2006

Germany Wins…

Despite my attempt in August last year to claim that England wins this competition, judging by these images of the Effelsberg 100 metre radio telescope… I’d say it was pretty safe to assume that Germany wins the largest radio telescope…

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Friday, 9th June 2006
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On May 28, 1932, the (unpronounceable for those of us outside the Netherlands) Afsluitdijk opened. This 32km (20mile) dike is…

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