PortIslandCloseup_2003262.jpg (489 × 501 pixels, file size: 106 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)
English: Satellite image of Port Island, an artificial island which is part of Kobe in Japan. This is a closeup, showing the artificial island in the bay and the airport island when it was still under construction. For the full picture see Image:Wfm kansai overview.jpg
According to the original name of the file, the photo was taken in February 2003. It is outdated now, the airport is operational since Feb 2006.
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|current||02:14, 8 February 2006||489 × 501 (106 KB)||Geofrog||Satellite image of w:Port Island, an artificial island which is part of Kobe in Japan. This is a closeup, showing the artificial island in the bay and the new airport island under construction. For the full picture see [[:Image:Wfm kansai ov|
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