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(March 18-27, 2011)

Jürgen Matern

At the Upper Limit of the Pole

Isaac Martinez

China vs. Costa Rica

San José during New National Stadium's Opening Ceremony, San José, Costa Rica

March 26, 2011, 8:08 pm local time

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During the Opening Ceremony of the New National Stadium the Goal limit was reached 2 times for each team. Final score 2-2. This National Stadium with an investment of $100 millions is a gift from China's government to Costa Rica. The stadium was build in a record time of 22 months. You can view a complete documentation of the construction process with 360º views here.
To view a Flash Panorama of this Game close to the fans visit http://isaacmartinez.com/estadiolleno

Latin America / Costa Rica

Lat: 9° 56' 12.53" N
Long: 84° 6' 27.8" W

Elevation: 1250 meters asl

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Caption in [Spanish]
Durante la inauguracion del Nuevo Estadio Nacional donado por el gobierno de China a Costa Rica. Los limites de cada uno de los guardametas fueron alcanzados dos veces para cada equipo . El resultado final del partido 2-2. El nuevo Estadio Nacional fue construido en un tiempo record de 22 meses. Se realizo una documentacion con fotos de 360 grados durante los ultimos 12 meses que usted puede ver visitando la siguiente pagina http://isaacmartinez.com/stadium

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