One of the most famous “nail houses” was a building in Chongqing,

Chongqing


Remember the Chinese homeowner Luo Baogen and his wife, who refused to move his house to make way for a redevelopment project? The house stands no longer. The five-story home, which had stood alone in the middle of a road for more than a year, was demolished on December 1, Saturday morning in Wenling, in east China’s Zhejiang Province. The bizarre scene which had achieved notoriety after pictures were posted online, finally disappeared as its owner, Luo Baogen, signed a demolition agreement with the local government on Friday and accepted the compensation of 260,000 yuan (£26,000). The razing comes just a week after images of the house circulated widely online triggering a flurry of domestic and foreign media reports.


Splendid China in Florida -Kissimmee, FL

https://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2016/06/abandoned-florida-splendid-china/

New Ghost Cities

Angola

The Yitian Eiffel is one of at least three replica Eiffel Towers in China.

Tianducheng – A replica of the Eiffel Tower in Hangzhou, the buildings on the two sides is also based on that of the Paris.

They call this a REPLICA in China.

 

 

Old Ghost Cities

FENGDU

https://guyshachar.com/en/2005/fengdu-real-chinese-ghost-city/


Houtou Wan Village is located on Gouqi Island, which belongs to a group of 394 islands known as the Shengsi Islands in the Zhoushan Archipelago.


 

This is a list of international and colonial world’s fairs, as well as a list of national exhibitions, a comprehensive chronological list of world’s fairs (with notable permanent buildings built). For an annotated list of all world’s fairs sanctioned by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), see List of world expositions.

1790s[

  • 1791 – Habsburg Monarchy PragueBohemiaHabsburg Monarchy – first industrial exhibition on the occasion of the coronation of Leopold II as king of Bohemia, took place in Clementinum, considerable sophistication of manufacturing methods.[1]
  • 1798 – France ParisFrance – L’Exposition publique des produits de l’industrie française, Paris, 1798.[2] This was the first public industrial exposition in France although earlier in 1798 the Marquis d’Avèze had held a private exposition of handicrafts and manufactured goods at the Maison d’Orsay in the Rue de Varenne and it was this that suggested the idea of a public exposition to François de Neufchâteau, Minister of the Interior for the French Republic.[3]

1800s[edit]

  • 1801 – France ParisFrance – Second Exposition (1801). After the success of the exposition of 1798 a series of expositions for French manufacturing followed (1801, 1802, 1806, 1819, 1823, 1827, 1834, 1844 and 1849) until the first properly international (or universal) exposition in France in 1855.[4]
  • 1802 – France ParisFrance – Third Exposition (1802)[4]
  • 1806 – France ParisFrance – Fourth Exposition (1806)[4]

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PROBLEM…  REACTION… SOLUTION

Apparently the jewish holocaust happened twice in the 20th century and happened to an identical number who suffered an identical fate.
Hidden history of the Khazarian fake jews who were renowned for deception and criminality before they stole the identity of the lost tribe of Israel.
The fake jews claimed they had been subject to a Holocaust in 1915 and that 6 million of them had been killed in Russia.
This lie was used to drum up public (Goyim) sentiment against Russia. This is remarkable considering the fact that fake jews invented, financed and directed the Bolshevik Party which was instrumental in destroying Russia and turning it into the Soviet Union. This also completed the eradication of the last traces of the Tartarian Empire.
So here we have the lying fake jews proselytizing a fake story about 6 million jews being exterminated some 18 years before Hitler came to power. At the end of WWII the Khazarians simply repeated the same lie against Germany. And the dumbed-down public bought it, hook, line and sinker!


Debunks the holocaust


This Is How The Jews Took Over


The truth about Protestant Reformation


 

 

East India Company founded in 1602 by the Knights Templar.  Their primary business the spice trade but I think they also dealt in the slave trade.

PERSONNEL

1793 – hired Civil Servants

1814 – hired Military personnel

1815 – hired Judges –  what countries are they judging and setting up laws

Dutch East India hiring logbook:  https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.68408/page/n43

Note:  Researching New Zealand,  it was visited in 1642 for exploration purposes but I think it was to map the region to see who lived there.   Cook arrived again in 1769.  Did he drop off slaves?  or did the people, feeling sorry for the slaves, buy them and give them a place to live?


Tartarian empire and its provinces and capitals are still present in geography books. The numbers in the middle column define territory in square miles. It outranks all countries and empires. Amazing surveyors they must have had. I snapped this from youtube channel Observation Deck.

Source:  https://youtu.be/XVRwPgI9UR0


A little bit about Humbolt.  He was hired by the Romanovs to re-map Siberia. Turn on translate on Chrome.

http://www.tart-aria.info/tartararam-po-shkale-gumboldta/?fbclid=IwAR2jI0REZooemuSLfsgY5fZYRylBEwZKjVVStumx61YZmpl2laXRXrKqlJw


About a Flood in Siberia (Tartaria)

http://www.tart-aria.info/svedeniya-o-potope-iz-knigi-n-vitsena-severnaya-i-vostochnaya-tartariya/?fbclid=IwAR3oUXPz1FeL9as4XLwt6vxXs1iDdj8fr35R-iYXGKJNUMilecN4S79PxLY


Finds in Siberia – 17th century

http://www.tart-aria.info/nahodki-v-sibiri-17-vek/?fbclid=IwAR3vUw7JINWHJkuAd593Bl1XQnEGZjsh8sTkvdT5FOg5q9eR1rM8jedprps


On the Acient Ruins of Siberia

http://www.tart-aria.info/o-drevnih-razvalinah-sibiri/?fbclid=IwAR2z5uLR9TcdfdaWoGYizPHn1lpFMWtDeC8yuRV6UV1UGbIMObJhxiRNw9w



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Putting down a coup maybe. Maybe Christ-related. (Fomenko)

He says they (Juice or people controlled by them) killed Christ and took over Constantinople, when the Tartarians heard about it they rampaged the petty kingdoms of the West who dared to to such a thing to their king.

https://archive.org/details/amoenitatumexoti00kaem/page/300

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Muybridge Panorama on eBay

A panorama of San Francisco was sold recently on eBay, by the auction company PBA Galleries of San Francisco. Listed as follows:
1142: Muybridge’s Panorama of San Francisco 1877 Title: Panorama of San Francisco, from California Street Hill Author: Muybridge, Eadweard Description: 11-panel albumen photograph panorama, each image approximately 7 3/4 x 8″, mounted consecutively on archival board with overall measurements of the panorama 7 3/4 x 85″, framed under plexiglass, overall the piece measuring 13 x 89 1/2″. Muybridge’s breathtaking 360 degree panorama from California Street hill, taken, it is believed by scholars, between May 23 and June 23 (due to examination of the shadows), and probably on Monday (people are doing their wash). Probably Muybridge’s most famous single work, providing not only one of the best views of the bustling metropolis, but also a wealth of entertainment upon close examination. This picture tells many stories. Visible in striking detail are the mansions of the rich and the dwellings of the poor, the churches, hotels, banks, and other features. Muybridge also produced a mammoth plate panorama of San Francisco, which is excessively rare, only 5 or 6 copies known to exist. The present, smaller version was issued folding into cloth covers. Provenance: Daniel G. Volkmann, Jr.


Cliff House 1896 to 1907


Open History .org

http://outsidelands.org/private/index.php?folder=Cliff_House_-_First

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  • Cliff House ProjectA site dedicated to Adolph Sutro’s Victorian Cliff House.
  • San Francisco MemoriesA visual scrapbook of various events and structures in San Francisco’s history.
  • Calisphere – A collection of images from the University of California.

 

 

General


1906 Earthquake & Fire


1989 Earthquake

  • 1989 Oakland Earthquake – Ladder54 photos includes 1989 California Bay Area earthquake collapse of Interstate 880 to I 80 in Oakland. Rescues and recoveries as well.
  • US Geologic Survey: Loma Prieta Earthquake Photos (DDS-29) – Over 100 high-resolution photographs of the October 17, 1989 earthquake, with index map, available in GIF, JPG, PDF, and PCD versions, as well as fact sheet and related links.

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  • California Landmarks – San Francisco County – List of the California State Historical Landmarks in the City, along with photos of some of the plaques.
  • Historic Landmarks – List of local landmarks compiled from national, state and city sources.
  • San Francisco Landmarks – A complete listing of San Francisco landmarks with dates of official landmark designation.
  • San Francisco Landmarks – A “photographic archive of San Francisco’s historic landmarks as they appeared at the beginning of the third millenium.” Presented by Noe Hill.

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  • Alta Plaza – A history of the neighborhood by NoeHill.
  • Eureka Valley – A history of the neighborhood by NoeHill.
  • The Fillmore Museum – A virtual museum for the Fillmore district.
  • Fillmore Street History – A history of the street by the Fillmore Merchants Association.
  • The Fillmore Museum – Timeline of events on Fillmore Street.
  • Hunter’s Point – History – A timeline and photos for Hunter’s Point.
  • Neighborhood Parks Council – Histories of San Francisco parks, including: Alamo Square, Alta Plaza Park, Aquatic Park, Argonne Playground, Boeddeker Park, Brooks Park, Buena Vista Park, Crocker Amazon Playground, Dolores Park, Duboce Park & Harvey Milk Rec. Center, Edgehill Mountain, Glen Canyon Park, Helen Wills Playground, Holly Park, India Basin Park, Islais Creek, Jackson Playground, Junipero Serra Playground, Lafayette Square Park, McLaren Park, Mountain Lake Park, Palace of Fine Arts, Park Presidio, Pioneer Park, Precita Park, Randall Museum/Corona Heights, Rose Page Mini Park, South Park, South Park Revisited, Saint Mary’s Park,  Stern Grove/Pine Lake Park, Sunnyside Conservatory, Sunset Recreation Center, Tank Hill, and, Woh Hei Yuen Recreation Center and Park.
  • Russian Hill History – History of the Russian Hill neighborhood, presented by Russian Hill Neighbors (RHN). (via Internet Archive)
  • Russian Hill – A history of the neighborhood by NoeHill.
  • Union Street – A brief history of the Union Street area in upper Pacific Heights.
  • WebCastro: History and Culture – A collection of articles about the history and culture of the Castro district.
  • Western Neighborhoods Project – Nonprofit organization formed to preserve and document the history and culture of the neighborhoods in western San Francisco.

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  • Public Schools – Historical article dated 1879. Includes short histories on most, if not all, schools of the era.
  • Public Schools – Historical article dated 1858.

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