1. Taipei 101, Taiwan
2. Petronas Towers, Malaysia
3. Sears Tower, USA
4. Jin Mao Tower, China
5. Two International Finance Centre, China
6. CITIC Plaza, China
7. Shun Hing Square, China
8. Empire State Building, USA
9. Central Plaza, China
10. Bank of China, China
A decidedly strange sight in Google Earth. Not to be confused with a 'sleeping Buddha', this one's eyes are open, and its partially finished hollow interior can be toured, as seen in the placemark's photos.
This file contains the strangest, weirdest, and most misleading city, town, and village names in the world. With 3,681 placemarks in over 150 nations, this file is guaranteed to bring laughs and a smile on your face. With place names such as: "Strangeways, England", "Stepaside, Wales", "Batman, Turkey", "Taxi, China", "Nuke, Kazakhstan", "Warm Baths, South Africa", "China, Chile", "Worlds End...
This is a very fast modelled version of the AWD Arena in Hannover, Germany. In 2006 there will be the international "fussball" championship in germany and some games will be played here. Strange colors, but gives you a very good impression about the design.
Kashgar Airport Xinjiang, China
Golmud Airport Qinhai, China
Korla Airport Xinjiang, China
Xining Airport Qinhai, China
Hami Airport Xinjiang, China
Hotan Airport Xinjiang, china
Urumchi Airport Xinjiang, China
The National Museum of China flanks the eastern side of Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China. The mission of the museum is to educate about the arts and history of China. It is directed by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China.
It will be the greatest museum in the world after expanding construction in 2007.