Stadiums and Sport

Hungaroring Formula 1

Hungaroring is the Hungarian Formula-1 Grand Prix race track, where the 20th Hungarian GP is currently being raced. Thanks: ilves, Zoltan Marton, Kertész Attila, Rickard Jensen & Mario Sarno

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Sunday, 31st July 2005

Telstra Stadium

Telstra Stadium, formerly Stadium Australia was built to host the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. With a capacity to seat 110,000, the Sydney Olympic Stadium is the largest facility ever built for an Olympic Games. Thanks: Glenn Slaven, Richard Totaro, Greg,…

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Thursday, 21st July 2005

Globe Arena, Stockholm

The Globe Arena looks like a big golf ball but is actually the world’s largest spherical building. Not much of a surprise there, it had to be the world’s largest or tallest something 😉 Thanks: Michael, Alexander Danling & Sputnik

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Monday, 11th July 2005

Silverstone

This is the Silverstone racing circuit home of yesterday’s British Grand Prix. The track is half in Northamptonshire, half in Buckinghamshire, and you can still see the classic configuration of runways from when this used to be a World War…

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Monday, 11th July 2005

American Airlines Arena, Miami

The American Airlines Arena in Miami is where the Miami Heat play and there’s a giant plane drawn on the roof. Thanks: nat, Jay Soffian & Markus Jany

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Tuesday, 5th July 2005

Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours

The French Grand Prix will be running this weekend at Magny-Cours Formula 1 track and fans are hoping that a few more cars will race than the debacle last month at Indianapolis. There’s no cars on the track in the…

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Friday, 1st July 2005

Welcome to Google Sightseeing

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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On this day: Elvis Met The Beatles

On August 27, 1965, Elvis Presley met The Beatles at his L.A. mansion. The English quartet were on a break…

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