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Hi, AlexTheWhovian I've just undone your editing since it was not justified. Regards gonporto
The Aberrations get in as Pilcher turns down the fence and now, more than ever, Ethan has to defend the people by teaming up with some civilians and the actions starts. Everybody runs to the bunker under plot 33 and go through a series of tunnels ending in the mountain complex. Meanwhile Pilcher decides to freeze his own sister causing a rebellion and is killed by Pam. The people are yet not safe and Ethan decides to sacrifice himself in order to save everyone. Ben faints and wakes up in the hospital, three years later, with Amy, as a nurse, telling him not to speak to loud as "they" are watching.
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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
I've just watched the last episode of Wayward Pines 24h before everyone else and decided to make a Wikipedia entry!!
Wayward Pines episode 10 summary by myself
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Presenting the Big Ben Clock Tower, one of the world's most instantly recognizable landmarks. Standing at the northeast corner of the Palace of Westminster in London, England, the Big Ben Clock Tower was erected from 1843–1859 following a fire that burned down much of the original palace.
The clock tower features classical design with a distinct gothic influence. The clockwork itself was designed by Edward John Dent shortly after construction of the tower began. This LEGO® Architecture series interpretation of the Big Ben Clock Tower was designed by Slovenian architect Rok Žgalin Kobe in collaboration with the LEGO design team.
Music credit: The Vince Guaraldi-Conte Candoli Quartet
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Designed and built by French entrepreneur, Gustave Eiffel, the original 324-meter-tall masterpiece of wrought iron engineering formed the grand entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair, held in Paris to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution.
With this model, you can now build your very own 321-piece Eiffel Tower in LEGO brick form and display it in your home.