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Erkunde Caused, Hamburg und noch mehr!

Simulation of a Terrifying Night - Scientists in Hamburg recently simulated the sinking of the Estonia, the 1994 Baltic Sea ferry disaster that killed 852 people. They discovered that the vessel was traveling much too fast in stormy seas and that the crew's attempts to save the ship by turning it actually caused it to capsize.

Maasvlakte II container terminal in Rotterdam

Only a few steps from the train to the Titanic!

In the picture is Janno Aser, one of the Estonia survivors, sitting on the top of the capsized Estonia ferry. Not long after this, the whole ship sank into the Baltic Sea. Picture taken by another survivor, Mikael Õun, September 28, 1994

The sauna of Jean Sibelius 1905. Ainola, Finland.

Spanish Armada cannons, dating to 1588, discovered off Ireland

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Incredible footage of Grand Canyon from 98,000ft found on lost camera

What a view: The students hoped to find their GoPro by using GPS - but a phone attached to the camera failed to find any signal when it landed

SS United States Interior | UNITED STATES Brochure: RLH Collection (I could do a whole board on just this ship)

Hong Kong Container port volumes 23.70 (Million TEUS) 2010, 24.38 (Million TEUS) 2011