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|Hall for indoor skiing nearby Düsseldorf, Germany.||09/05/2005||322|
|In the first century the Romans raised a couple of military camps on the left side of the Rhine to protect the empire against the german tribes. One of them is Castrum Novaesium (Neuss) lying on the river Rhine opposite to Duesseldorf.||10/31/2005||999|
|This is the Alpin center in Bottrop, Germany. The center is an indoor-ski-hall and is at least Europe's largest.|
The track is about 640 meters (approx. 2000 ft.) long.
|Bagcilar Olympic sport Hall has been built for Badminton competition at the possible Istanbul Olympics. But of course it is used for other indoor sports as well. Capacity 5000 ppl. Complated in 2001||11/07/2005||828|
|The building of a theme park in the north of Germany.|
The Space Center in Bremen was opened in December 2003 as the first indoor theme park in Germany. From the beginning the park had economical and technical problems, also fewer visitors than expected. By the end of September 2004, the Space Center was closed.
|University of Arkansas Indoor Track Center||02/05/2006||208|
|Karttrack for the German Championship. Also with an indoor track.||05/29/2006||332|
|This is one of Sweden's most interesting and imposing buildings, both in terms of its architecture and its interiors. |
The Nobel Prize Banquet takes place every year in the Blue Hall. Afterwards, the guests ascend the magnificent stairs to the Golden Hall for the dancing.
|A New City Hall has been located on Nongkham Tumbon (Sub-district) since 2004. Note: a Former City Hall was in Sanamchandra Palace.|
|The Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium situated in East Delhi was built in 1982 for indoor sports events of the Asiad Games.||09/14/2005||391|
|The historic home of the world-renowned Gillow furniture making family, Leighton Hall is a stunning location. The earliest records of Leighton Hall go back 750 years to 1246, when it is known that Adam D'Avranches had a fortified manor here.||03/09/2006||240|
|Great Indoor Karting Track in De Koog - Texel. You can read it.||09/25/2006||234|