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|ex-Civil-Service Playing Fields in Southampton, UK.|
25,000 people with nowhere to play and meet within walking distance. Local group trying to save the field from housing development and return its use to the community.
See the website http://www.shirleypark.info for the dream.
Loads of local maps and historic documents.
|Basketball court in Birmingham, UK. You can see some people playing.||12/23/2005||352|
|A small park with people go-carting and playing crazy golf in Oregon||01/22/2008||584|
|This game is very popular in the Alp countries. It's played in summer as well as winter. These people are playing in a park in Munich.||09/13/2006||320|
|Two people playing soccer||01/15/2008||253|
|Two people playing tennis||08/04/2005||430|
|Two people playing basketball. Check out the great shadow.||06/26/2009||593|
|Kids playing pingpong around a table on a schoolground in Kirchhellen, Germany||08/02/2006||716|
|They enjoy playing Tennis.||05/28/2006||246|
|The Cité de la Musique was inaugurated in 1995. It is a teaching centre with educational activities for adults and young people and a place for playing music, finding information and discovering music heritage.||09/20/2005||541|
|This beautiful 18 hole course was designed by the late Bruce Borland. The course features a wide range of difficulties and playing obstacles that are sure to challenge even the finest golfer.|
On top of the challenging play, our course displays nature in all of its glory with numerous lakes and creeks, which feature stone bridges, as well as the serenity of flowing waterfalls.
|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.
|At the end of January Google took some aerial pictures from a plane of a few beaches in Australia where people were celebrating Australia Day. This is Bondi Beach and you can see hundreds of high-res people. Zooming in closer, you can really make out details. And yes...some people are topless.||03/11/2007||7,479|