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This is the world's largest freestanding building, an airship hangar built a decade ago at an
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New Century Global Center is the largest freestanding building in the world. It is almost three times the size of the Pentagon.
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16 years ago, Horrace Burges had a divine vision, a calling from heaven. And, like the ark-crafting Noah before him, Horrace picked up a hammer and built a large wooden structure of his own--the world's largest tree house. At 10 stories tall, with roughly 10,000 square feet, the tree house may be more aptly called a 'tree mansion', but according Horrace, it's a work in progress.
On May 6, 1937, the German airship Hindenburg, the largest dirigible ever built, explodes as it arrives in the U.S. Thirty-six people died in the fiery accident that has since become iconic, in part because of the live radio broadcast of the disaster.
All building was natural building a hundred years ago. So its not that far back. In order to go forward we have to go backward... We want to return to a cooperation with nature, SunRay Kelly. Visit www.naturalhomes.org to watch the video where Sun Ray takes you on a tour of the beautiful homes he has built.
The organ of the Sint-Bavo church (the Christiaan Müller organ) is one of the world's great organs. It was built by Christian Müller and Jan van Logteren, from Amsterdam, between 1735 and 1738; upon completion it was the largest organ in the world with 60 voices and 32-feet pedal-towers.
Lynx - Launched in 2001, Lynx is a privateer clipper schooner inspired by the original historic sailing ship from the War of 1812: The Privateer Lynx. The new vessel was the largest building project ever undertaken by Rockport Marine in Rockport, Maine, & was the first square-rigged ship built in the area since 1885.
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The hospital is the second largest hand cut stone building in the United States. The hospital was built to hold 250 mentally ill patients. In 1950 the patients numbered 2400. Many were tormented, tortured and believed to be murdered there. Charles Manson once was a resident there. The asylum closed in 1994.