The Canada Olympic Park in Calgary (Or the C.O.P as the locals call it). This facility/park hosted about 75% of the events in the 1988 Winter Olympics. Today it continues as a skiing and winter sports park in winter, and a bike park, and a summer program facility in the summer. It is on a relatively steep slope (30-60 degrees steep), but you cannot really see that in Google Earth.
image of Park City,Utah.Jan. 7, 2002. The image has been rotated 180 degrees for optimum viewing. (North is down.) The image shows the Park City Mountain Resort where the 2002 Olympic Down Hill Skiing, Slalom, Luge, Snowboard and Giant Slalom events had place.
The Namsan Seoul Tower is located on the top of Nam Mountain, covered with pine trees. It can be seen by eyesight from everywhere in Seoul when the weather is clear.
At the top observatory there are many sorts of exhibitions, restaurants, and shopping corners. You must use the elevator to get to the top, and tickets are sold at the entrance.
If you purchase the multi ticket yo...
The COEX Seoul, the state-of-the-art complex for international conferences, is located in Samsung-dong, Gangnam-gu. The COEX Seoul holds 150 specialized exhibitions and 15,000 conventions/events a year. The center also plays a role in promoting international trade by connecting international buyers with local businesses.
The Seoul World Cup Stadium is located in Sangam, Seoul and has been home to K-League club FC Seoul since 2004. It has a capacity of 68,476(66,806 for regular; 916 for VIP; 754 for Media). It was built for the 2002 FIFA World Cup.