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|The Madejski Stadium ( /məˈdeɪski/) is a stadium in Reading, Berkshire, England. The stadium is the home of Reading Football Club and to the rugby union club London Irish as tenants. It also provides the finish for the Reading Half Marathon. The stadium is named after Reading F.C.'s chairman John Madejski.
|Reading Stadium was an English greyhound racing track in Reading in the county of Berkshire, with the Reading Racers speedway team also tenants of the site. The site was leased by Stadia UK, the final greyhound meeting took place on Saturday, 18 October 2008. The stadium will now be demolished to make way for offices, it is hoped a new stadium can be built for 2010 season of speedway, with grey...||12/30/2011||180|
|pacman in a field near Reading. Pac-Man is an arcade game developed by Namco and licensed for distribution by Midway that was first released in 1980.||03/01/2006||987|
|Reading Abbey is a large, ruined abbey in the centre of the town of Reading, in the English county of Berkshire. It was founded by Henry I in 1121 "for the salvation of my soul, and the souls of King William, my father, and of King William, my brother, and Queen Maud, my wife, and all my ancestors and successors".|
King Henry I is buried in the abbey grounds.
|Wreck of HMS Calypso (1883), a Victorian era Calypso-class corvette of the Royal Navy, and sister of the famous HMS Calliope (1884), nicknamed the "Hurricane Jumper".||03/29/2010||776|
|Caversham Park, Reading, Berskshire.|
A bit of its history here:
|On 29 July 1883, Benito Mussolini was born in this house located in Predappio.|
Address:Via Varano Costa Nuova, Predappio
|Feethams is a cricket ground and the former home of Darlington F.C. for 120 years, from 1883 to 2003, until the club moved into a new stadium on the outskirts of Darlington.|
|On 27th July 1880, 328 men of the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment were killed in Maiwand, a village in Afghanistan, during the Second Afghan Campaign. The 31 ft long lion was erected in their memory. It's the largest sculpted lion and one of the largest bronze sculptures in the world.||02/05/2006||338|
|A very small overlay of the center of Arles, including Roman monuments. This is my first overlay.||11/21/2005||940|
|Krakatoa (Indonesian name: Krakatau) is a volcano near the Indonesian island of Rakata in the Sunda Strait. It has erupted repeatedly, massively and with disastrous consequences throughout recorded history. The best known of these events occurred in August 27, 1883. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krakatoa) The Anak Krakatau is the "Child of the Krakatau".||07/25/2005||1,269|
|Founded in 1882 as a successor to the National Training School for Music by the then-Prince of Wales (later Edward VII), the school opened in 1883 with George Grove as its director. It moved to its present location in the Albertopolis cultural quarter, next to Imperial College London and opposite the Royal Albert Hall in 1894. In the same year Hubert Parry became director, remaining until 1918....||12/20/2006||319|