Five Stunning Stadiums around the World

February 10, by Syed Yusuf

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The Float at Marina Bay, Singapore

A never seen floating field over gulf waters which is 120 meters by 83 meters wide. In the stands on the land, 30,000 people can crowd together. (Image: Wikipedia)

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The National Stadium, Taiwan

Also known as the World Games Stadium, contains only 40,000 seats, its design - in the form of a formidable dragon - is what gives it its uniqueness. (Image: Wikipedia)

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Gwadar Cricket Stadium, Pakistan

Located in between the rocky mountains of Baluchistan, this stadium has a stunning aerial view with a lush green cricket field. (Image: ICC/Twitter)

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Lord's Cricket Ground, England

Mecca of cricket, commonly known as Lord's, is a cricket venue in London. Named after its founder, Thomas Lord, Lord's is widely referred to as the Home of Cricket. (Image: Lord's Ground/ Twitter)

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Motera Stadium, India

Sardar Patel Stadium, commonly known as Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, is the largest cricket stadium in the world, with a seating capacity of 110,000. (Image: Motera Stadium/Facebook)

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Allianz Arena Bay, Germany

This beautiful stadium in Bavaria is home to both Germany and Bayern Munich, one of the most famous teams in European football. Some 70,000 people can relax here. (Image: FC Bayern M√ľnchen/Instagram)

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