The Most Expensive Artificial Islands In The World

The Most Expensive Artificial Islands In The World

The Most Expensive Artificial Islands In The World

Some people are not affected by the crisis, being in pursuit of investment that more or less extravagant.Therefore rich people of the planet have made a new niche, which provides artificial islands of land.

Amwaj Islands

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This islands were built in 2006 and they were an investment of $ 1.5 billion.Houses on this island are built on the ocean and provided with docks.

Dubai Palm Jumeriah

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For construction of the island were used 94 million cubic meters of sand and 7 million tons of rock.Seen from the air, looks like a palm tree that spans a length of 5 kilometers in the Persian Gulf.Shipyard began in 2001. The island received the first tenants in 2006 and now is covered with luxurious hotels and houses occupied by the wealthiest residents of the emirate.

Umihotaru

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This island is one unique.It is said that Seen from space, Umihotaru island looks like a neck that extends along the Tokyo Bay until mid-water.Car enters a tunnel that connects the island.

Harbor Island

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It has 395 acres for its construction were used 24 million cubic meters of sand and earth.It is primarily an industrial port and it was at one time the largest in the world.

Floating Island

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Island is the creation of the New York artist Vito Acconci.It is located on the river Mur shell in Graz, Austria. The island was built inside a cafe, and the top can be used as an amphitheater.

 

 

 

 

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