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Hidden : 08/23/2007
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Denna cach ligger inte långt från en byggnad som färdigställdes och invigdes 1989. Byggnaden härbärgerar många olika evenemang.
This cache is located not far from a building that was completed and inaugurated in 1989. The building hosting many different events.

Globen (officiellt Ericsson Globe[1], tidigare även Stockholm Globe Arena) är en arena belägen i Globenområdet i stadsdelen Johanneshov i Stockholm. Den invigdes den 19 februari 1989 och är världens största sfäriska byggnad. Från och med den 5 februari 2010 leder en gondolbana med två runda gondoler upp till Globens topp, 130 meter över havet. Den nya turistattraktionen kallas "Skyview".

Byggnadens totala volym är 605 000 kubikmeter.
Påven Johannes Paulus II firade mässa i Globen 8 juni 1989.
Globen ingår i Sweden Solar System som är jordens största modell av solsystemet, där Globen skall motsvara solen.
Globen i storleksjämförelse med Solen: Om Globen motsvarar Solen så är Jorden ett klot med 65 cm i diameter på ett avstånd av cirka 7,6 km. Ett sådant klot finns på Cosmonova i Stockholm (se Sweden Solar System).



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Globen (Globe Arena officially Ericsson), formerly also the Stockholm Globe Arena) is an arena located in the Globe area of the district Johanneshov in Stockholm. It opened February 19, 1989 and is the world's largest spherical building.
As of February 5, 2010 leading a gondola with two round gondolas up to the Globe's peak, 130 meters above sea level. The new tourist attraction called the "Skyview".

The building's total volume is 605 000 cubic meters.
Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass at the Globe 8 June 1989.
Globe included in the Sweden Solar System is the world's largest model of the solar system, where the Globe should be equal to the sun. About Globe corresponds sun as Earth is a sphere with 65 cm in diameter at a distance of about 7.6 km. Such a ball is on Cosmonova in Stockholm, Sweden (see Sweden Solar System).

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