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|collected links of the World Fairs 74-02 including:|
1967 - Montreal
1974 - Spokane
1982 - Knoxville
1984 - New Orleans
1986 - Vancouver
1988 - Brisbane
1992 - Genoa and Seville
1993 - Daejeon
1998 - Lisbon
2000 - Hannover
2002 - Biel, Neuchâtel, Murten, Yverdon-les-Bains
some are low-res, but Knoxv...
|Ciudad de Sevilla, Spain||08/05/2005||5,224|
Home of Expo 2000, CeBIT, etc.
|Expo - written in the gras||01/12/2008||243|
|After the EXPO 2000 in Hannover the Nepal Himalaya building was moved to the Martinipark in Wiesent.|
Link in german:
|A traditional bullfight arena in Sevilla (Spain). ||08/25/2005||304|
|Situated in Sevilla, Spain the multi-use stadium was completed in 1999 and seats about 72,000 people. |
Also known as Estadio Olímpico, it was the venue for the 7th World Championships in Athletics in 1999 (where Michael Johnson (USA) set the World Record for the 400m in a time of 43.18s).
It also staged the 2003 UEFA Cup final.
Celtic FC lost 3-2 to ...
|Airport Expo Dubai is the latest addition to the exhibition industry in the Middle East. It was set up in 1999 to augment Dubai’s position as the leading exhibition venue in the region and complements the role of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) to promote trade and commerce with the rest of the World.|
|Hong Kong's tallest from 1992 - 2003. 374m/1,227f, 78 stories, 1992||11/18/2006||384|
|Expo park in daejun, Korea||08/04/2006||274|
|Home of the Open de Espana |
Par 72 - 7140 Yards
|(Portuguese: Torre Vasco da Gama) is a 145 m/476 ft-high lattice tower in Lisbon, Portugal, built over the Tagus river. |
It is named after Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, who was the first European to arrive in India by sail, in 1498.
The architects of the tower were Leonor Janeiro, Nick Jacobs and SOM (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill).
The steel structure, represe...