The ultimate Back to the Future Tour
by filmlocations on 03 October 2010EN
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Some famous movie locations from the Back to the Future trilogy.
Countries crossed by the Equator The equator (Latitude = 0°) divides the earth in a Northern and Southern hemisphere. The length of the Earth's equator is 40,075.0 km / 24,901.5 miles. The equator passes through 14 countries: São Tomé and Príncipe, Gabon, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Maldives, Indonesia, Kiribati, Baker Island, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil. Related entry: http://www.glotter.com/entry-1238 Carrie Bradshaw's apartment This is the entrance to Carrie Bradshaw's apartment in the TV series/movie 'Sex and the city' starring Sarah Jessica Parker: Perry Street, West Village, New York City. Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay The 2008 Olympic Torch Relay takes place from March 25 to August 8, 2008. At first the torch will get lit by the sun rays at a special ceremony in Olympia/Greece. Afterwards it is brought to Beijing to start a journey through the whole world. Most of the time the torch is carried by runners. Rossosapore pizza e pezzi napoletani House of "Malcolm in the middle" House where the hit series "Malcolm in the middle" was filmed: 12334 Cantura Street, Studio City, Los Angeles [Update] Unfortunately the house has been torn down. So sad :-( The map and the Streetview imagery already show the new house! Elite Universities in the USA Location of US Elite universities (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, MIT, Stanford etc.) with seal and founding year. Christopher Columbus: Crossing the Atlantic (1492) On August 3, 1492 Christopher Columbus departed from Palos (Spain) with three ships to find a new sea route to China and India which were important trading partners for Europe. As everyone knows Columbus didn't reach India - he discovered a "new world". U2 360° World Tour U2 360° World Tour 2009/2010 June 30/July 02, 2009: Barcelona, Spain July 7/8, 2009: Milan, Italy July 11/12, 2009: Paris/Saint Denis, France July 15, 2009: Nice, France July 18, 2009: Berlin, Germany July 20/21, 2009: Amsterdam, Netherlands July 24/25/27, 2009: Dublin, Ireland July 31/August 01, 2009: Gothenburg, Sweden August 3, 2009: Gelsenkirchen, Germany August 6, 2009: Chorzow, Poland August 9/10, 2009: Zagreb, Croatia August 14/15, 2009: London, England August 18, 2009: Glasgow, Scotland August 20, 2009: Sheffield, England August 22, 2009: Cardiff, Wales September 12/13, 2009: Chicago, IL September 16/17, 2009: Toronto, ON September 20/21, 2009: Foxborough, MA September 24/25, 2009: East Rutherford, NJ September 29, 2009: Landover, MD October 1, 2009: Charlottesville, VA October 3, 2009: Raleigh, NC October 6, 2009: Atlanta, GA October 9, 2009: Tampa, FL October 12, 2009: Arlington, TX October 14, 2009: Houston, TX October 18, 2009: Norman, OK October 20, 2009: Glendale, AZ October 23, 2009: Las Vegas, NV October 25, 2009: Pasadena, CA October 28, 2009: Vancouver, BC August 10, 2010: Frankfurt, Germany August 12, 2010: Hannover, Germany August 15, 2010: Horsens, Denmark August 20, 2010: Helsinki, Finland August 25, 2010: Moscow, Russia August 30, 2010: Wien, Austria September 03, 2010: Ahens, Greece September 06, 2010: Istanbul, Turkey September 15, 2010: München, Germany September 18, 2010: Paris, France September 29, 2010: Sevilla, Spain October 02, 2010: Coimbra, Portugal House of 'The Wonder Years' This is the house which appeared in the TV series 'The Wonder Years' (1988 - 1993). HOME - featured movie locations We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth's climate. The stakes are high for us and our children. Watch the film here for free: http://www.youtube.com/movie?v=jqxENMKaeCU&feature=mv_sr Photos of HOME: http://www.yannarthusbertrand2.org/index.php?option=com_datsogallery&Itemid=27&func=detail&catid=110&id=2300&p=1&l=1280&lang=en GoodPlanet Foundation http://www.goodplanet.org/en ZERO Emissions Race World Tour Around the world in 80 days! The ZERO Emissions Race is all about sustainable mobility and transport. The event aims to generate popular enthusiasm for the use of renewable energy sources for vehicles and set the highest environmental standards for the future. This is why all participating ZERO Race teams are required to produce their own electricity using renewable sources such as solar, wind, wave and or geothermal. This electricity must be then fed into the grid system in the home country of each team, so that during the ZERO Race, the equivalent can be harnessed to power the vehicles on their worldwide journey. Louis Palmer, the first person to circumnavigate the planet in a solar powered vehicle, known as the Solartaxi, is the Tour Director of ZERO Race. Mappa Fotovaghi.it Mappa di tutti i posti visitati da Fotovaghi.it "Couples Retreat" movie resort in Bora Bora The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort (fictional Eden resort) was used as filming location for the movie "Couples Retreat" starring Vince Vaughn and Kristin Davis. Funny and interesting Google(TM) Maps Views Here is a selection of some nice map-segments you can find via Google Maps. Please note that the "aerial imagery" database will be updated sooner or later. So it's possible that several Markers I created will be outdated sometime. Basic Instinct House This is the cool seaside house of Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone) in the movie Basic Instinct. It was last owned by Steve Fossett who died in a plane crash in 2007. 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' House This is the house where 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' (Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie) lived in the 2005 movie. Jurassic Park filming locations Kaua'i and O'ahu, Hawaii were used for the exterior shots for the Hit movie Jurassic Park (1993, Steven Spielberg). Filming location of "The Beach" Original filming location of the movie "The Beach" (2000) - Island Ko Phi Phi Le in Thailand. House, M.D. filming location The exterior shots for House, M.D. (fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital) are filmed at the Princeton University in New Jersey. Ben Hur live "Ben Hur live" is a spectacular show with gladiators and chariot races in an 360° arena.