Indiana

The World’s Largest Clocks (Possibly)

The 2nd largest clock in the world is supposedly the Colgate clock, atop the Colgate-Palmolive factory in Indiana. The clock was built way back in 1906 when it originally sat on Colgate’s New Jersey facility, before being moved here in…

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Tuesday, 20th February 2007

Happy Magic Rainbow Unicorn

On the roof of this farm building in Indiana, someone has painted a beautiful mural of a Happy Magic Rainbow Unicorn! Well, it could be of a My Little Rainbow Pony I suppose, but I’m inclined to guess that this…

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Friday, 26th January 2007

Arboreal Typography

If you were going to use trees to graffiti the landscape with the name of your town, city, university or company… what font would you use? Arboreal sign-writers agree that uppercase lettering is a no-brainer, as legibility is obviously impaired…

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Wednesday, 26th October 2005

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, and U.S. Grand Prix. To the east of the course are fourteen holes of Brickyard Crossing golf course, while the other four are found inside the race track.…

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Tuesday, 10th May 2005
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Churches With Detached Towers

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Valleys of Valais: Lötschental and Belalp

The Street View trike’s been at it again, this time in the Swiss Alps visiting the slopes of eleven different alpine resort areas to put you right in the middle of slopes of famed ski resorts, towering mountains, and bucolic trails. Join us for a look at two beautiful valleys in the canton of Valais that surround the largest glacier in the Alps.

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