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The World's Most Expensive Emirates Stadium

Emirates Stadium is a football satadion located at Ashburton Grove, Holloway, north London, and is the main headquarters of football club Arsenal FC since July 22, 2006. This stadium is the second largest stadium in the English Premier League after Old Trafford and is the fourth largest stadium in the UK after Wembley Stadium (London), Old Trafford (Manchester), and the Millennium Stadium (Cardiff).

The stadium has a capacity of about 60,355 spectators and menngantikan Arsenal's old stadium, Highbury Arsenal which has been used for approximately 93 years (1913-2006). Making this stadium krang spend more around 430 million pounds. Earlier this stadium named Ashburton Grove, but after it was named the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal team has reached agreement with Emirates company to sponsor Arsenal for 15 years.
Ashburton Grove

The Emirates

Arsenal stadium
Stadion Emirates
Old name Ashburton Grove
Location Bendera Inggris Holloway, Islington, London, Inggris
Open 22 Juli 2006
Owner Arsenal FC
Operator Arsenal FC
Surface Grass
The cost of making £ 430 Million
Architect HOK Sport
Capacity 60.355
Field size 105 m × 68 m (~ 114 x 74 yards)
Arsenal Football Club
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June 14, 2012 at 6:07 PM

Canvas Prints and Engraved Memorials – Ideas for Making Memories Last

What is special about a memory? What is it that makes you remember an event forever – that perfect sunny day on holiday, the kids’ first birthday party?

Whatever it is, we humans have always had the urge to make something of it. And memories still make the most special gifts today. So when you are looking for ways to make memories last, you look for ideas to make a memorial out of that once-in-a-lifetime time, or that special person. A canvas print, making beautiful art from a family occasion. Or an engraved memorial to commemorate a family member.

Even Sad Memories Are Happy When They Are Treated Right

1: Not every memory is happy at first, until you remember who it is you are memorialising. Then your photo canvas choice becomes perfect.

The memory of a loved one should be celebrated. Whether you choose to do that with a photo, or a photo engraving, is up to you of course. The personality of that person, and the reason you loved them in the first place, dictates the best way to cherish their memory.

For those out and out happy occasions, that day at the beach for instance, I would always recommend a big bright canvas print. Modern and super colorful, canvas prints look great in most surroundings – from town house to coastal cottage!

What Size and What Colour? Help Choosing Your Photo Prints

1: Different images look best at different sizes.

The setting you choose for your image can make it or break it. Images with strong colours look great on canvas. That can be a cityscape at night or a sunny day in the country. The subject matters less than the brightness and colour saturation.

Black and white images tend to look better on traditional photo paper. Matte for preference as it soaks in light and really brings those rich dark tones out.

So take the time to pick the right setting for your picture. If you are unsure, ask your printer for advice.

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