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Wembley Stadium from Engineers Way
England

This 90,000-capacity venue is one of the largest stadiums in Europe and is primarily used for football matches and is owned by the English Football Association, the FA. However, the stadium is also used for other events, like concerts and the like.

Copyright: Hans Ter Horst
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Uploaded: 11/06/2011
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