Featured in the image is International Stadium in Yokohama, the largest soccer stadium in Japan with a seating capacity of 72,000.
The International Stadium was the site of the final game of the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
It looks like the day when. In Yokohama, Japan.
We can see on the right that they are fulling the dry dock with sea water. It seems to be a military ship, and if my memory doesnīt fail, Yokohama city is a "self defense Japanese troopsī place.
In opposite, I canīt see the young beautiful lady with the bottle of Champagne...
The steel Marine Tower at Yama****a Park in Yokohama is 106 m (348 ft) high. It has a visibility range of 32 km (20 miles) and an observatory 100 m (328 ft) above the ground. Visitors can see Japan's Mount Fuji froim the observatory.
The 2-story observation deck at a height of 100m above the ground offers a 360 degree panoramic view.
The Torre Entel (Entel Tower) is a 135-metre high telecommunications tower belonging to ENTEL (Chile's main telecom company) located at the very centre of the city, and generally used as a landmark and point-of-reference for pedestrians finding their way in Santiago's downtown: "South of Torre Entel", or "just walk 3 blocks from the tower" are common directions you may hear ...
On an artificial island in the Yokohama port, Japan.
May be are they ready for export.
As Iīm not an expert of this kind of machines, I donīt know the name of the company who build them, the model...
Very poor commentary...
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