Stadiums and Sport

Aloha Stadium

It’s two stadiums in one! While looking at the most recent Imagery update for Google Earth on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, I was trying to match up the older Google Maps images with the newer Google Earth images. I…

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Monday, 27th November 2006

Giant Carnival Guy

There’s a 145ft tall giant man taking a nap just to the North of Milwaukee Mile NASCAR track. I wonder if any of the carnival-goers have noticed? Thanks: Mike Pegg

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Tuesday, 21st November 2006

Olympiastadion

Opened in 1936, renovated in 2004, 68 metres high, with 113 VIP stands, 2 underground garages and 76,000 seats, this is the fantastic looking Olympiastadion in Berlin. None of it matters tonight of course – not if you’re a French…

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Sunday, 9th July 2006

Madurodam

This is the small city of Madurodam in the Netherlands. They have an airport, canals, stadiums, boats, gardens, windmills and bridges with… giant people on them? And there’s some giant cars too! Waaaait a minute… Madurodam is actually a truly…

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Thursday, 6th July 2006

England v Trinidad and Tobago

This is the Urban Stadium in Nuremberg… Erm, no. It used to be the Urban Stadium, it now appears to be the Frankenstadion… Sorry. This stadium has been renamed the easyCredit-Stadion for the next 5 years. Except… FIFA have renamed…

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Thursday, 15th June 2006

Allianz Arena

This is the 69,901 seater Allianz Arena stadium in Munich, Germany, which is due to play host to tonight’s world cup opening match. In which case, they might want to hurry up and put some grass in there Incredibly, the…

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Friday, 9th June 2006

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Google Sightseeing takes you on a tour of the world as seen from satellite, using the free Google Earth program, or Google Maps in your web browser. Our team of authors present weird and wonderful sights as suggested by readers.

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Volcanoes of the Northern Marianas (Volcano Week 7)

The Mariana Islands are part of a great submerged mountain range that extends all the way from Guam north to Japan. While the southern Marianas are known worldwide as tourist destinations, the uninhabited northernmost islands are actually a long string of active volcanoes fed by the subduction of the Pacific Plate into the Mariana Trench, the deepest location on Earth.

Quirky Border Towns of North America

Have you ever walked through the front door of a building in one country and walked out the back door…

Sakura-jima (Volcano Week 7)

Once a volcanic island centered in Japan’s Kagoshima Bay, during an eruption in 1914 the Sakura-jima volcano decided to change…

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