e shtunë, 15 shtator 2007

Buildings uploaded for September 14, 2007

Here are the latest uploads to Google’s Cities in Development section of the 3D Warehouse since my last post.

Arequipa, Peru

Saga Falabella Arequipa

Multifamiliar Santa Ana


Hilton Tokyo Bay

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay

Nagoya, Japan

Nagara-Gawa Estuary Weir

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Central Shahid Minar

Central Shahid Minar : Symbol of Bengali nationalism. This monument was built to commemorate the martyrs of the historic Language movement of 1952. Hundreds and thousands of people with floral wreaths and bouquet gather on 21 February every year to pay respect in a solemn atmosphere. Celebrations begin at zero hour of midnight.

Bangladesh National Museum

Zia International Airport

Zia International Airport (IATA: DAC, ICAO: VGZR) (Bengali: Zia Antorjatik Bimanbôndor) is the largest airport in Bangladesh located in Kurmitola, Dhaka, with Dhaka Cantonment on one side and Uttara Residential Area on another. It started operation in 1981, and was named after Bangladesh's former president, Ziaur Rahman. It is the home base and hub of Biman Bangladesh Airlines and GMG Airlines.


chiesa di san venerio - La Spezia – ITALY

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

De Witte Keizer, Rotterdam

Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain

Edificio Guttemberg

Pabellón de Checoeslovaquia

Estadio Manuel Ruiz De Lopra/ REAL BETIS

THE home of real betis, the sevillan team. the capacity is 55.000 and able to reach untill the 62,000. this stadium in one of the most famous in spain and will have an amazing capacity of 72,000 after the reconstruction of the south and the east stands by the plan.

Parque empresarial Torneo Fase I

Paris, France

Granite tower

Pacific tower

Barcelona, Spain

Hotel AC Barcelona

Hotel de la cadena de hoteles AC situado en la zona comercial y de negocios Diagonal Mar, junto al Centro de Convenciones Internacional (CCIB), de Barcelona considerado el mas grande del sur de Europa. El edificio tiene 88 metros de altura (288 ft) y 22 plantas.

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Museumplein 4

Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

Navy Pier (Part 1)

Designed by Charles Sumner Frost, Navy Pier is located on Lake Michigan, just East of Chicago's Downtown, Navy Pier has been a Chicago landmark since it first opened in 1916. Originally designed as both a shipping and recreational facility, the Pier also served as a military training site during two world wars, a venue for concerts and exhibitions, and the temporary home for a once-fledgling University of Illinois' Chicago campus. As the Pier fell into disuse during much of the 1970s and 1980s, the State of Illinois and Chicago embarked on a joint plan whereby, in 1989, ownership of the Pier was transferred to the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, the same body which oversees Chicago's McCormick Place. The Authority moved swiftly to redesign Navy Pier into one of the country's most unique recreation and exposition facilities. Navy Pier now showcases a unique collection of restaurants and shops in addition to unequaled recreational and exhibition facilities - in a setting like no other.

Navy Pier (Part 2)

Navy Pier (Part 3)

Navy Pier (Part 4)

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