Nordpark Cable Railway
In 2017 alone, more than 600,000 passengers traveled 2.1 million on the railway and used four stations designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. Hungerburg is part of the Nordpark Cable Rail of Fannicular Innsbruck and starts from the Congress underground station in the city center. Before crossing the bridge on the river, the train stops at Lowenhaus Station, then goes to Alpenzoo station and goes to Hunger Berg, where passengers can continue traveling to Seegrube and Hafelekar cable cars up to 2,300 meters by the time of its summit. Nordcat Mountain is within the Mountain Karwendel, Austria's largest nature park, which offers 360-degree views of the city as well as the most comprehensive nature of Tyrol, to Hafelekar in the defense sector. The short-listing list for the 2008 Stirling Prize by the Royal Institute of British Architects, the design of each station, accepts its unique reference, transfer, height, and passenger circulation, which reflects natural ice creations such as glaciers or static mountain streams with ceilings.
The Valencia Opera House
The Valencia Opera House is an opera house and cultural center in Valencia, Spain. It was opened on 8 October 2005; its first opera staging was on Beethoven's Fidelio on 25 October 2006. Domino has maintained a special relationship with Palau after its establishment and established a young vocal training program there. From its beginning until the beginning of 2015, the company's administration was headed by Helga Schmidt, earlier London's Royal Opera House. Schmidt attracted some of the main artists involved in Palau. There is Zubin Mehta, which leads to the annual music and opera festival, Festival del Plano, which began in 2007 Mediterráneo; Lorin Maazel, who became the music director of the company before his death; And Plácido Domingo, in October 2007, achieved their operation competition in Palau and performed there regularly. It has been spotted with its company every season after its formation.
Torre Del Agua is 76 meters tall, which is built on the site of Expo 2008 in Zaragoza, Spain. It was designed by Enrique de Teresa and produced concrete, steel and glass. It has a transparent structure made in a typical-of-water shape in a large three-storey basement. It is divided between 10,400 accessible square meters, 3,300 square meters, and the remaining glass tower inside roads and flat soils in the basement floor. The above floor is a 720-square-meter panoramic bar with display area and city views. During the expo 2008, the building organized water for life exposition. After expo, it was acquired by the by Caja de Ahorros de la Inmaculada. On 3 August 2013, it was reopened to the public.