Spain

The Aqueduct of Segovia

This is the Aqueduct of Segovia, which was probably built during the second half of the 1st Century AD, and is one of the most significant and best-preserved Roman monuments in Spain. Technically, this is just the bridge part of…

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Friday, 29th February 2008

World’s Largest Crosses

As so often seems to be the way with claims of “World’s Largest”, there’s a certain amount of jostling for the top slot – regardless of who should rightfully be in it. Most often described as the World’s Largest Cross…

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Friday, 23rd November 2007

The New Wembley Stadium (Under Construction)

As the image updates that we reported last week have now made it to Google Maps, there’s now almost complete coverage of the whole of England, and we’ve had a ton of great locations submitted. So to kick off we’re…

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Monday, 11th June 2007

Planes Taking-off in Formation?

At this air base in Jordan we find six C101 jets on the runway, and although they’re not yet flying, they are in formation! These jets are actually Spanish-designed CASA C-101 Aviojets, which are currently in use by the air…

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Friday, 25th May 2007

Soap Operas

We recently had a request to find the Neighbours set, and we always like to keep our readers happy, so here is the real Ramsay Street. If you view in ‘Hybrid’ mode you might accuse my of telling fibs, as…

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Wednesday, 6th December 2006

Gigantic B2 Stealth Bomber

Here on Tenerife there’s an absolutely gigantic shape on the landscape, which looks very like a B2 Stealth Bomber. Just a coincidental arrangement of images, or the accidental discovery of a super-secret B2 Invisibility Cloak? Via haha.nu (Thanks Rob W…

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Wednesday, 29th November 2006
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On this day: The First Known Ascent of Everest

On May 29, 1953, Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary made the first known ascent of Mount Everest, the world’s tallest…

On this day: The Afsluitdijk Opened

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

On this day: The Golden Gate Bridge Opened

On May 27, 1937, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge opened, with around 200,000 people walking or roller-skating across on the…

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