Marina Bay Floating Stadium – Singapore
In the last few years, amongst all the countries of South East Asia, Singapore has made its special place in the world in terms of technological and engineering advancements. It has redefined many concepts, an example of which is the Marina Bay Floating Stadium which has perhaps not been tried by any other country so far. Also, called the Float@Marina Bay in a stylised manner, this venue acts as a multipurpose location for sports, concerts, parades, exhibitions, also cultural performances.
The Marina Bay Floating Stadium is situated on the Reservoir of the Marina Bay in Singapore and spans a length of 120 metres with a width of 83 metres. With this kind of statistics it is almost 5% bigger than the National stadium of Singapore.
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Colosseum – Rome – Italy
It is now an accepted fact that the specialness of the ancient architecture lies in their strength of endurance despite of all the neglects they go through. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the famous Colosseum of Rome, Italy is a glaring example of that. Even after 2,000 years of its existence, it stands tall and strong.
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Oresund Bridge – The Connection between Sweden and Denmark
For people in both Sweden and Denmark, communication reached a new height of ease when the governments of both countries took a major step in ‘bridging the gaps’ with the help of the Oresund Bridge. While the 16km long link between Denmark and Sweden has eased trade and travel, it also stood out in the entire Europe being one of the longest cable supported bridges which combines both road and rail. It is for this reason that the Oresund Bridge also serves the purpose of a tourist destination.
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