Posts Tagged 'Germany'

Making Earthquakes Since 1903 [video]

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A Man And His Giant Bicycle

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According to DailyMail –

A German man is poised to enter the Guinness Book of World Records after building what he claims is the heaviest bicycle in the world. The monster bike, weighing in at nearly one tonne, is the labour of love of trucker Frank Dose, 49, who must get the bicycle to travel at least 500 yards in order to achieve the world record. Frank, from the small town of Schacht-Audorf near Germany’s border with Denmark, built the colossus using scrap metal for the body and two giant wheels from an agricultural muck spreader.

Continue reading HERE.

I was unable to determine how the record attempt went on Saturday.

25 Most Romantic Places On Earth

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CoolDigitalPhotography presents a set of very nice landscapes from around the world. Heidelberg, Germany shown above.

Check out the pics HERE.

Secret Nazi Messaging Device Discovered On eBay

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According to Vocativ –

A teleprinter the Nazis used to send and receive secret messages during World War II was sitting in someone’s shed until museum volunteers discovered it was for sale and bought it for about $14—on eBay.

Continue reading HERE.

Narrowest Streets in the World

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According to AmusingPlanet.com –

At what point does a street cease to be a street? According to the Guinness Book of Records, the narrowest street in the world is located in the old town of Reutlingen, in Germany. It is actually a narrow alley, called Spreuerhofstraße, between two closely built houses. The “street” is only 31 centimeters wide at its narrowest point and 40 centimeters wide on the average. The street isn’t particularly long either — just 3.8 meters. But since it is located on municipal land, the folks of Reutlingen insist it’s a public street.

Continue reading HERE.

World’s Oldest Bottle Of Wine

Speyer-wine-bottleFrom Wikipedia –

The Speyer wine bottle is a bottle of liquid, most probably wine, originally found near Speyer, in Germany, in 1867, and has been called the world’s “oldest existing bottle of wine”. The bottle has been dated at 325 AD. and it is believed to be the oldest unopened bottle of wine in the world.

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Berlin in July 1945 [HD color video]


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