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  • Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (Qatar)
    on Jan 7, 2011 in Asia Tourism Objects
    Khalifa International Stadium is a stadium multi - functions that are located in Doha, Qatar. Before the implementation of the 2006 Asian Games held at Doha, the stadium was used for the implementation football match, but in this stadium there are al...
  • Al-Gharafa Stadium in Doha (Qatar)
    on Jan 7, 2011 in Asia Tourism Objects
    Al-Gharafa Stadium is a stadium located in Doha, Qatar.Stadion is used to hold a football game, and is the headquarters of Al-Gharafa and Umm-Salal. The stadium will host the AFC Asian Cup 2011 and FIFA World Cup 2022. The stadium has a capacity of 2...
  • Sahara (Northern Africa) : The World's Largest Hot Desert
    on Jan 5, 2011 in Africa Tourism Objects
    Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world. The name "Sahara" is taken from Arabic, meaning "desert. " Arabic in turn took from the Sumerian language.Located in the northern Saharan Africa and 2.5 million years old. This desert stretches from t...
  • Gobi Desert : Very Large Desert in China and Mongolia
    on Jan 4, 2011 in Asia Tourism Objects
    Gobi (Hanzi: 戈壁 (沙漠) pinyin: Gēbì (Shāmò); Languages Mongolia: Говь [Gowi]) is a very large desert region in the People's Republic of China and southern Mongolia.Basin desert of Gobi Altai Mountains and bordered by Mongolian grassland...
  • Azadi Stadium in Tehran (Iran)
    on Jan 2, 2011 in Asia Tourism Objects
    Azadi Stadium is Iran main national stadium which is located in Tehran, and a capacity of 100,000 seats for the spectators and the stadium pride of the Iran population. This stadium is the largest soccer stadium in Iran and are often used for officia...
  • Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
    on Dec 31, 2010 in America Tourism Objects
    Jornalista Mário Filho Stadium or usually called Maracana Stadium is a football stadium located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This stadium is the largest stadium in South America and Brazil. It has a capacity of 95,000 seats. Used for the FIFA World Cu...
  • Kandovan Stone Village (Iran) with a Variety of Unique Stone Buildings
    on Dec 31, 2010 in Asia Tourism Objects
    Kandovan is the only village that was built entirely of stone, all the houses in the village was built from stone. There are even buildings that have been aged 7 centuries. Unique city of stone is situated between Osku City and Tabriz City. The only...
  • Photo: The Impact of Extreme Weather in England (UK) on End of December 2010
    on Dec 30, 2010 in Hot News
    Weather extremes are still plagued England. Country's economy is expected to suffer a loss of about 1.5 billion pounds due to the freezing cold temperatures. Snow storms and freezing temperatures have caused travel chaos and disruption in production...
  • European Freeze, Travel Chaos
    on Dec 30, 2010 in Hot News
    Snowstorms and freezing cold temperatures below zero are still plagued Europe and it has made all modes of transportation paralyzed since December 22, 2010. Christmas vacation-related travel was chaotic, uncertain, tinged flight cancellations and pas...
  • Snow Storms Hit Canada
    on Dec 30, 2010 in Hot News
    Although the U.S. weather agency terminate a blizzard warning for the northeastern U.S., the storm was not really gone. Areas along the coast of Atlantic Canada are now in a blizzard and wind exposure. Officials in eastern Canada said the storm that...
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