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|The ISS Dome is a complete new multifunctional event center for about 12.500 visitors in Düsseldorf Rath. In this hall concerts, congresses and company events are planned and the icehockey team DEG Metro Stars will play there. Grand openeing was September 2nd 2006. Further Information: http://www.iss-dome.de/index.html||09/14/2006||363|
|Half Dome is a granite dome at the eastern end of Yosemite Valley, possibly the Valley's most familiar sight.||01/16/2006||691|
|The Tropical Islands dome (former Cargo Lifter Dome) has a ground surface of 66,000 square meters. With a length of 360 meters, a width of 210 meters and a height of 107 meters, it is large enough to hold 8 entire soccer fields.|
Even the New York Statue of Liberty (93 meters) could stand upright in it, and the Paris Eiffel Tower (322 meters) could lie in it. The Dome offers enoug...
|Tokyo Dome, seating 55,000, is the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants and Nippon Ham, two professional baseball teams. Concerts, festivals and other events are held in the stadium when there are no games. Tokyo Dome, nicknamed "Big Egg", was completed in 1988 and replaced the former Korakuen Stadium.||08/17/2005||587|
|Sapporo Dome opened in 2001 and holds 42,122 people. This stadium hosted some games during the 2002 World Cup.|
Perhaps the Dome's most unusual feature is that it has two entirely different playing surfaces. Baseball games are played on an artificial turf field, while football games are held on a grass pitch that slides into and out of the stadium as needed.
|In the dome of Berlin is the thomb of Otto von Bismarck, the first Imperial Chancellor of the second German empire.||08/23/2005||389|
|The Dome: The unmissable meeting place for every kind of show in the city of Marseille (France)||12/17/2005||374|
|The world's largest arena with a wooden dome. Located in Tacoma, Washington||08/08/2005||412|
|Don't know the name of it, but here's a nice view of a dome in Caracas, Venezuela. Mental car park.||11/04/2005||742|
|Fukuoka Dome is a baseball field located in Fukuoka, Japan. The stadium serves as the headquarters of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. In 2005, Yahoo! Japan, one of SoftBank's subsidiaries, bought the stadium's naming rights, and thus renamed it "Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome".|
The stadium has a retractable roof.
|This is the dome in London.||10/29/2005||1,525|