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|Perrault-designed Velodrome is the largest meeting hall in Berlin. Top Events include sport, music and shows.||08/26/2005||773|
|Heavily folded sedimentary rock units, named the velodrome after its distinctive exposure and bedding. to get the best view, look at the placemark due west, at low angle, from the top of one of the nearby peaks.||03/17/2007||1,552|
|These are the remains of the very first velodrome (bicicle race track) built in Portugal. It has been built circa 1894, by the Royal Velo Club of Oporto, in a location donated by the portuguese monarch, also a club associate. The founder of the club, António Nicolau de Almeida, also founded the Foot-Ball Club of Oporto (FCP - do you remember Mourinho?)||06/12/2006||347|
|Used for the 2000 Sydney Olympics.||08/28/2005||295|
|Stadium of French Ligue One team Olympique Marseille. Built in 1937 with a capacity for 60,031 people.||11/27/2005||486|
|Its a cycle track of International Standards. Its surrounded by Gaddafi Stadium, National Hockey Stadium and Al-Hamrah Cultural Complex.||08/24/2006||353|
|French Television, Marseille Television Channel 3 in PACA .FR3,Parc Chanot is near the big Velodrome stadium in Marseille||12/14/2005||375|
|14 November 1943 |
The first air raid of the Bulgarian capital was carried out on 14 November 1943 by 91 B-25 Mitchell bombers. 47 buildings and structures were destroyed, 59 civilians and military men were killed and over 128 were injured.
|Airport and Runway Aerial View 1943||05/30/2006||777|
|The "Vigorelli Velodrome" has been built in 1935, but at the end of the last century it has been completely renovated.|
It is used mainly for cycling events only, but in the '60s it held the first concert in Italy of the Beatles, and recently many other concert and some American Football games.
|Picture taken during bombing the Old rijkswerf 19-02-1943||04/07/2006||705|
|Morje aerodrome at Leningrad Oblast on 21st May 1943. There are no aeroplanes at the aerodrome and overall the place seems to be not in use.|
Finnish National Archive Sörnäinen. File PK 2266/1.