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Airports named for famous scientists/inventors

As a follow-up to a previous post about airports named for famous musicians like John Lennon and Mozart, the following is a list of those airports around the globe that are or have been named for famous scientists and inventors. … Continue reading

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Warsaw’s impressive skyline

  As the photograph above shows, Warsaw, Poland’s skyline, which used to be dominated by one building on the left side of the picture, has grown extensively in recent years. Very impressive!

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