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This Kiwi carving can be found in Bulford, England. It was created in spring of 1919 (during World War I), by the Canterbury and Otago Engineers Battalions (New Zealand).
Stonehenge and replicas Throughout the USA are these (funny) replicas of the famous Stonehenge stone formation. White horses in England Beside the "original" Uffington White Horse http://www.glotter.com/entry-1317 there are many other White Horse geoglyphs replicated by amateurs. Nazca Lines in Peru and Geoglyphs in Chile Ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert of Peru and Chile. The Magic Roundabout The Magic Roundabout - constructed in 1972 - is a weird roundabout in Swindon, England. It consists of one large roundabout with five small roundabouts in the center. "ni pena ni miedo" Text carving "ni pena ni miedo" - "No shame nor fear" (by Raúl Zurita) at the Atacama Desert in Chile. Eine entspannte Tasse Tee in Christchurch, Neuseeland <a href="http://www.yayateahouse.co.nz">Ya-Ya House of Excellent Teas</a> ist der ideale Ort, um auf einer Neuseeland-Reise mal so richtig eine gute Tasse Tee zu geniessen. Im trendigen Viertel von Poplar Street / Lichfield Lanes gelegen, ist es der ideale Ort, mit Einheimischen ins Gespraech zu kommen und sich von den Besitzern alles über die Herkunft ihrer hauptsächlich aus biologischem Anbau stammenden Tees informieren zu lassen. Jeden ersten Dienstag im Monat gibt's ein Tee-Seminar zu ständig wechselnden Themen mit jeweils einigen Tees zum Probieren. <a href="http://www.yayateahouse.co.nz/Concept.php"><img src="http://www.yayateahouse.co.nz/images/Teahouse-Impressions.jpg" width=200px height=200px alt="Impressions from Ya-Ya Teahouse" /></a> Uffington White Horse The "White Horse" is a chalk figure located at the White Horse Hill in Oxfordshire, England. The geoglyph is about 3,000 years old. Around this geoglyph can be found many other White Horse replicas. Related entry: http://www.glotter.com/entry-1383 "Welcome to Hobbiton" The city Matamata in New Zealand promotes itself as "Hobbiton" (Lord of the Rings) as you can see on this street sign "Welcome to Hobbiton". Tough Guy Race The Tough Guy Race in Perton, United Kingdom is an annual competition taking place at the end of January. All competitors have to run through a one day survival ordeal called "Killing fields". Incan Geoglyphs Incan Geoglyphs in Chile Vodafone headquarters The headquarters of Vodafone Plc. are located in Newbury, England. Vodafone is an international telecommunications network company. Wembley Stadium The Wembley Stadium is a modern football stadium in London. It opened in 2007. Mentmore Towers "Mentmore Towers" is a large country house in Buckinghamshire. It was built in the 1850s for Baron Mayer de Rothschild. The house was used as filming location in many movies like Eyes Wide Shut, Batman Begins (Wayne Manor), The Mummy Returns, ... Nazca lines and carvings In Nazca, Peru these carvings can be found on the ground. If you zoom in you will find many complex drawings that were created thousands of years ago. Eden Project The Eden Project is the world's largest greenhouse. It is located in Cornwall, United Kingdom and opened in May 2000. The domes emulate different environments with a "global garden" that is home to plants from around the world. Over a million people visit the Garden every year. Uffington White Horse (Replica) Mexican replica of the "original" Uffington White Horse Geoglyph. See Englands White Horse: Buildings that look like a dog and a sheep Two buildings that are shaped as a dog and a sheep in New Zealand. Kiwi carving This Kiwi carving can be found in Bulford, England. It was created in spring of 1919 (during World War I), by the Canterbury and Otago Engineers Battalions (New Zealand). No Man's Land Fort in Portsmouth No Man's Land Fort ist eine kleine Plattform vor der Küsten von Portsmouth und dient als Luxusbleibe für wohlhabende Personen: 1 Swimmingpool, 2 Helikopter-Landeplätze, 1 original englische Telefonzelle. Sie wurde bereits von 1867 bis 1880 erbaut, um Portsmouth zu schützen. Jetzt steht die Insel für € 6 Millionen zum Verkauf. The world's largest fingerprint ... is a "Fingermaze" at Hove Park in Brighton. It was created of York stone by Chris Drury in 1993.