27 May 2018• placemarks
All Caribbean islands that are mentioned in the song "Kokomo" by the Beach Boys (released in 1988 for the movie "Cocktail" with Tom Cruise):
Aruba, Jamaica ooo I wanna take...
This is the zebra crossing near Abbey Road Studios where the famous Beatles Cover for "Abbey Road" (the last recorded Beatles-album, 1969) was shot.
The Trans Alaska Pipeline is a 800 miles (1,300 km) long pipeline connecting a major oil field in Prudhoe Bay with a sea port in Valdez. It was constructed from 1974 to 1977 at costs of $8 billion.
Some remarkable works designed and planned by Star architect Frank Gehry.
The headquarters of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC) Movement are located in Geneva, Switzerland. The movement was founded in 1863 by Swiss Jean Henri Dunant (1828 - 1910).
Trace of the world famous Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA.
"Live Earth" is one of the largest global events in history. Inspired by "Live Aid", former US vice-president Al Gore initiated a worldwide series of Pop/Rock concerts to point...
Venues of the 2008 Olympic Summer Games in Beijing. The Games are held from August 8 - 24, 2008. Info: The Sailing events and the Equestrian events take place outside of Beijng (Qingdao and Hong...
Skeleton of a Blue Whale at Seymor Center (Long Marine Laboratory) in Santa Cruz, California.
One of the most famous streets in San Francisco is the curvy Lombard Street. It's a one-way street from west to east.