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The Bottom Half of the World's Largest Barrel  
   

The Bottom Half of the World's Largest Barrel

A twenty-foot tall barrel with a capacity of about 100,000-liters (about 58,124 gallons). Stef, our daughter visiting from the states, with her hand raised is indicating only about a quarter of the barrel height.
Heidelberg & Mannheim Germany

September 10th 2005
A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to visit the cities of Heidelberg and Mannheim Germany. Although very much a tourist town, Heidelberg is still worth a visit. Founded in the mid 1200s, there were people living in the area even as far back as 766 A.D. Heidelberg is located on the Burgenstrasse (Castle Road), a 1000 Km (621 mile) road that stretches from nearby Mannheim to Prague, Czech Republ ... read more
Europe » Germany » Baden-Württemberg » Heidelberg

German Flag As Europe's largest economy and most populous nation, Germany remains a key member of the continent's economic, political, and defense organizations. European power struggles immersed Germany in two devastating World Wars in the first half of the 20t... ... read more
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