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The stadium, which will sit on an artificial peninsula in the gulf, is designed to evoke its marine setting.
Foreigners need defence-ministry permission to visit the peninsula.
It sits on a sandy peninsula that has been spared from the tacky development that has overrun much of Cancún.
It's the same story up and down the peninsula.
Shore accent that traces back to the English colonists who began settling the peninsula in 1608.
The family's expected visit comes during high tensions on the Korean peninsula.
The line of buildings descends in steps, and curves at the tip of the peninsula.
The peninsula itself is mostly rock with small beaches and patches of sand tucked among the outcroppings and crevices.
But the narrow peninsula contains relatively little inland ice.
That peninsula is almost ungovernable.
The road, after the two wayfarers had crossed from the peninsula to the mainland, was no other than a footpath.
In that picture, the peninsula represents the bird's head, and the area between its beak and wattle is the area surveyed.
There are a lot of people and businesses sharing a relatively small peninsula, and planning is necessary.
Then my fingers came upon the fleshy peninsula of an enlarged liver extending below his ribs on the right.
But within the peninsula it's dominated by a high plateau.
There's really no such thing as a dream vacation town on this peninsula but there are a few cool places to go outside the city.
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