Germany

Coca-Cola

Two factories of the Coca-Cola company. The first is in St. Petersburg, Russia and the other is somewhere in Germany. Thanks: Max & Bilbo

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Sunday, 31st July 2005

Fernsehturm, Berlin

The Fernsehturm (literally, “TV tower”) was built in 1969 and features a revolving cafe and observation deck. Aside from the obvious function of providing TV and radio signals for the city the underlying motivation for the tower was to create…

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Thursday, 28th July 2005

Unintentional People

Another landing strip in Iraq which, like most of them, has been made unusable by placing sandbags at regular intervals along the runways. But who’s that dead body on the runway? Here at GSS we get a lot of submissions…

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Saturday, 9th July 2005

Bavarian Motor Works

The BMW world headquarters in Munich, Germany is the ‘four-cylinder’ building (which was built top-down), while the famous logo is atop the BMW museum. Over in South Carolina is BMW’s North American home. The rather-cool crescent moon shaped building is…

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Saturday, 2nd July 2005

Oktoberfest, Munich

Despite the title, the annual “Oktoberfest” takes place each September in Theresienwiese, Munich. You can see the large tents being constructed where Germans and tourists will sit at enormous long tables and drink beer by the litre. If things haven’t…

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Thursday, 30th June 2005
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