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Friday, February 4, 2011

Aerial Photos of Stadiums Around the World

These are aerial photos of stadiums from all around the world. It is absolutely amazing what man has built just to play some games. However, the photos are incredible and beautiful. The stadium’s seating capacity is also amazing.

Cape Town stadium, South Africa
Cape Town stadium, South Africa
Cape Town stadium, South Africa

PETCO Park - San Diego, California


Penn State’s Beaver Stadium


Estadio Cicero Pompeu De Toledo - Sao Paulo, Brazil


Three Rivers Stadium - Pittsburgh


Shea Stadium 1986 World Series


Duke vs UNC @ Duke Stadium 1943


Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay


Mackay Stadium - Nevada


California Memorial Stadium


Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Mass


Soccer Stadium - Port au Prince, Haiti


Memorial Stadium - Minnesota


Doyt Perry Stadium - Bowling Green, Ohio


Neyland Stadium - Tennessee


Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas


Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina


PITT Stadium - Pittsburgh


Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego


Michigan Stadium - Ann Arbor, Michigan


Sun Life Stadium - Miami, Florida


Kenan Stadium - North Carolina


Estadio de Maracana - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Old Yankee Stadium - New York City


Olympic Stadium (under construction) - London, England

Chicken Hotel

It's a hotel - but with a major difference. Instead of booking in guests in human form, Cornwall's newest hotel only takes chickens. The aptly-named Chicken Hotel recently opened for business at Boskenwyn, Helston. The venture was set up to give chicken owners a place to check-in their birds while away from home.

David Roberts, a maths teacher who keeps his own chickens as a hobby, runs the hotel. He said: With more people looking to escape the rat race and move out in the country with a little bit of land, keeping chickens is becoming more and more popular.









World’s Biggest Cave Discovered in Vietnam

The world’s largest cave passage was discovered deep within a remote Vietnamese jungle. The Son Doong cave measures 262 feet by 262 feet (80 meters by 80 meters) and at least 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) deep, making it the largest single cave passage ever discovered, according to National Geographic News, where the discovery was announced. The previous record holder, Deer Cave in Malaysia, is 300 feet by 300 feet (91 m by 91 m) in parts, but is only about a mile (1.6 km) long.


By contrast, explorers walked 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) into Son Doong, in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, before being blocked by seasonal floodwaters—and they think that the passage is even longer.
In addition, for a couple of miles Son Doong reaches more than 460-by-460 feet (140-by-140 meters), said Adam Spillane, a member of the British Cave Research Association expedition that explored the massive cavern. Spillane was in the first of two groups to enter the cave. His team followed the passage as far as a 46-foot-high (14-meter-high) wall.

“The second team that went in got flooded out,” he said. “We’re going back next year to climb that wall and explore the cave further.”






































Source: nationalgeographic