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Despite competition from countries with lower wages, textile products from Elsterberg remained in demand -- until the facility suddenly shut down in 2009, despite its full order books. "We were so angry," Haupt recalls. Specifically, the workers were angry at the factory's last owners, the ENKA Group from Wuppertal and the ICI Group from Frankfurt am Main. "They were never concerned with finding a buyer for the factory. Their intention from the start was simply to shut it down," Haupt claims. He believes the owners were only interested in selling off the factory's equipment, which has since been disassembled and rebuilt in Poland and India. Only the expensive environmental protection system, once so important to the factory's works council, wasn't shipped along with the rest of the equipment.

Waiting in Glasgow, exact location unknown, BUE2 is being prepared for departure on the service 14 (later 515) to Whitley Bay. The service ran once a day in winter, and twice a day in summer months. It was a long drawn out affair with a total running time of about 9 hours. A joint operation between SMT and United, vehicles from either end of the route would meet at Galashiels where a refreshment stop was taken, the crews would then swap vehicles and return to their own depot, the vehicles would carry on and return the following day. An Express service also operated via a shorter route, the running time on that was about 5 hours, and generally, the crews worked the whole route returning the same day.

Besides, there are the diocese museums (Bistumsmuseen) of Regensburg and a branch of the Bavarian National Museum located in the St. Emmeram's Abbey, which contains the Princely Treasure Chamber of the family Thurn and Taxis . The Domschatzmuseum where church treasures, monstrances and tapestries are displayed is in St. Peter's Cathedral . Other museums are the Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, the Naturkundemuseum Ostbayern, the reptile zoo, the Regensburg Museum of Danube Shipping (Donau-Schiffahrts-Museum), the Public Observatory Regensburg as well as the watch museum (Uhrenmuseum), the golf museum, the post museum and the Dinoraeum. To celebrate its centenary, the State of Bavaria will open the museum of Bavarian history in Regensburg in May, 2018. Besides, there are guided tours in most of the historical monuments of Regensburg, as well as organized tourist tours through the city available in several languages.

I visited the park yesterday through a gap in the fence along the river. I came in expecting it to be totally abandoned, but there was a fair bit of activity. There's an active carnival in the center (with working rides), someone was running the train, and there were people getting ready for a play near the Ferris wheel. They told us to leave before the security guard came, so we left. Some others from my hostel got caught by him earlier in the day, and were told to either pay up or delete their pictures.

This was by far the most interesting thing I did in Berlin, even though I only saw about 2/5 of the park!

There are an estimated 2000 kite structures across the deserts of Syria, Jordan, Southern Israel and Saudi Arabia illustrating that this hunting method must have been widely used. Research has shown that the kites were likely used to hunt migrating Persian gazelle, which are now extinct. Scientific dating has shown the kites to be between 3000 and 5000 years old. There have been claims dating the structures back to 8000 or 9000 years, but these claims have been widely disputed, with scientific evidence concluding that they are likely half that age. One final claim is that rather than hunting, the kites were used to prevent camels from straying. Excavation of the area may provide further clues as to the purpose of the structures, although no excavation has been conducted to date.

Old photos east germany

old photos east germany

I visited the park yesterday through a gap in the fence along the river. I came in expecting it to be totally abandoned, but there was a fair bit of activity. There's an active carnival in the center (with working rides), someone was running the train, and there were people getting ready for a play near the Ferris wheel. They told us to leave before the security guard came, so we left. Some others from my hostel got caught by him earlier in the day, and were told to either pay up or delete their pictures.

This was by far the most interesting thing I did in Berlin, even though I only saw about 2/5 of the park!

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