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Construction on the National Sports Complex started in 1963 and was completed in 1964. The architect Vann Molyvann made use of massive earthworks to create the stadium, digging up 500,000 cubic meters of earth to shape the grounds.
The stadium might have been built to host the..

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Tbilisi Sport Palace is an Indoor sports arena situated in Tbilisi, Georgia. The arena usually hosts basketball, handball, judo, tennis, boxing and other games and tournaments with high attendance.

Built in 1961, the arena was used primely for the basketball games of local Dinamo Tbilisi and..

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Kaohsiung Stadium

Kaohsiung, Taiwan
by Toyo Ito

With its open design the Kaohsiung Stadium, also known as World Game Main Stadium, not only mark an advance in construction techniques but differs from the classic stadiums traditionally closed. Opened in July 2009 for the World Games held in Taiwan, at a cost of $ 150 million, an area of 25,553..

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Beijing National Stadium was a joint venture among architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron of Herzog & de Meuron, project architect Stefan Marbach, artist Ai Weiwei, and CADG which was lead by chief architect Li Xinggang. During their first meeting in 2003, at Basel,the group decided to do..

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Novo Mineirão

Belo Horizonte, Brazil
by BCMF Arquitetos

The Novo Mineirao stadium was constructed for the 2014 World Cup being held in Brazil. It was designed by BCMF Arquitectos and was completed two years ahead of the World Cup in 2012.

The stadium is a multipurpose arena with high quality standards. The design reflects the requirements set out..

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The New Athletic Stadium of Brasilia is designed based on rethinking functionality of sports in today’s social communication. Composition of the Stadium is a contradiction itself, classical ancient typology of a stadium has fleeted to a new approach. It gains a rectangular form and it is based in..

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Olympic Stadium Seoul

Seoul, South Korea
by Kim Swoo Geun

The Seoul Olympic Stadium also known as Jamsil Olympic Stadium (formerly romanised as Chamshil) is located in Seoul, South Korea. It is the main stadium built for the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 10th Asian Games in 1986. It is the centrepiece of the Seoul Sports Complex in the Songpa-gu..

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Palazzetto dello Sport in Rome is a work of Annibale Vitellozzi projected in 1956 in collaboration with Pier Luigi Nervi, which was built between 1956 and 1957 for the 1960 Olympics. The project consisted of a circular system of 60 meters in diameter.

The cover is made of reinforced concrete..

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The Bežigrad Stadium

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Jože Plečnik, ...

At the beginning of the 20th century, Slovenia saw the emergence of two major gymnastic societies promoting both sports activities and political issues: first the liberal Sokol Society and then the Orel Society, a Catholic organization modeled on the Sokol Society and its mass sports gatherings...

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The Barcelona Olympic Stadium was built originally in 1927 for the International Exposition which took place in 1929. It was also built in hopes of getting the bid for the 1936 Summer Olympics which ended up going to the city of Berlin in Germany. The stadium was designed by Pere Domènech i..

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Viktor Sulčič

Buenos Aires, Argentina
born 1895, Križ

Viktor Sulčič was a Slovenian born Art Deco architect in Argentina. After completing his studies of architecture in Florence and Bologna, Sulčič emigrated to Argentina in 1924. He joined two other architects there: José Luis Delpini and Raúl Bes. The two most famous buildings, projected by the..

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La Bomboniera

Buenos Aires, Argentina
by Viktor Sulčič, ...

La Bomboniera is know also as the Estadio Alberto J. Armando is a stadium located in La Boca district of Buenos Aires. The name Bombonera which means the Chocolate Box due to its shape, with a "flat" stand on one side of the pitch and three steep stands round the rest of the stadium.


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Stadion Poljud

Split, Croatia
by Boris Magaš

Stadion Poljud is a multi-use stadium in the Croatian city of Split. It takes its name from the neighbourhood of Poljud, and is located on the northern side of the Split peninsula. The stadium was built in 1979 and is the home venue of the Hajduk Split football club. Some of the Croatian national..

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Jihlava Multipurpose Arena

Jihlava, Czech Republic
by Chybik + Kristof

The arena is a multifunctional space with a capacity of 5,600 spectators, and extends the stadium’s original purpose by creating a versatile space, adapted to both its primary sporting purposes within state-of-the-art facilities and a broad spectrum of activities – and their respective audiences...

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