Wankehde Stadium is the venuew for international cricket matches in Mumbai. Holds 40,000. To its right across the railway lines is the Income Tax Office (beware)!! To its south is the Field Hockey Pitch, and to its north lies the university ground.
The M. A. Chidambaram Stadium is a cricket stadium in Chennai (formerly Madras), India, named after M. A. Chidambaram, the former President of BCCI and the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. The stadium was formerly known as Madras Cricket Club ground or Chepauk Stadium. Commonly known as Chepauk, its first match was played February 10, 1934. This stadium is where the Indian cricket team won its f...
The County Ground in Southampton, England is a former cricket and football ground. It was the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club from the 1885 English cricket season until the 2000 English cricket season. The ground also served as the home ground for Southampton Football Club from 1896 to 1898.
The Mumbai Television Tower is the television tower owned by Doordarshan, the state-broadcaster located in the city of Mumbai (Bombay) in India. It stands at 300 metres (985 feet) and is the tallest structure in India. The red and white tower is an open latticework structure. The tower, located at Worli can be seen from most parts of South Mumbai.
Gaddafi Stadium is the largest and main cricket ground in Lahore and the provice of Punjab. All International cricket matches are played here. Its name is after Col.Moammar Gaddafi - Leader of Libya, associated in 1974 by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
Elephanta Island (also Gharapuri Island or "place of caves") is one of a number of islands in Mumbai Harbour, east of Mumbai, India. This monkey-infested island is a tourist hotspot because of the island's cave temples, the Elephanta Caves, that have been carved out of rock.
The McCain Stadium is a disused football stadium located on Seamer Road in Scarborough, England. It was the home of Scarborough FC, a defunct football team who last played in the English Nationwide Conference North before they were dissolved on June 20, 2007 with debts of £2.5m.
The ground was first opened in 1898, when Scarborough FC moved from playing at Scarborough Cricket ...