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CHNChangbai shan 长白山

Wangtian'e Skiing Resort

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Changbai Ski Jumps:

K-Point: 195 m
K-Point: 130 m
K-Point: 95 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: project not realized

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In 2006 an architectural competition for a skiing center in Changbaishan nature reserve (Zhǎngbáishān), in the borderland of China and North Korea, was announced. It also includes a ski jumping complex in Wangtian'e, which will be the future emblem of city, with a flying, large and normal hill and integrated hotels and restaurants.
The whole project volume would be around 200 million Euros and the infrastructural prearrangements could start in 2014. The project will be realised in multiple phases from 2015 to 2020 and works at ski jumps will start in 2016.

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3)   pytanko   wrote on 2016-02-16 at 22:36:

Mamut

Wiadomo już coś wiecej na ten temat ruszyło tam coś w sprawie tego Mamuta czy nic ktoś coś wie?
fajnie by było jakby zbudowali kolejna ciekawa skocznia

2)   Torsten   wrote on 2013-03-20 at 15:42:

Warum sollten dort keine Weltcups stattfinden?
Wenn China genug Geld auf den Tisch blättert, wird auch die FIS schwach ;-)

1)   Maxi.esb   wrote on 2013-03-11 at 21:16:

ob dann da auch Weltcups Stattfinden?
Ich wag das ja zu bezweifeln

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