Since ancient times there have been gymnasiums, the earliest gymnasium in history is located in the ancient Greek Olympia stadium, gymnasiums have a long history, modern gymnasiums are also the crystallization of the art of architecture, the following is your inventory of the world’s top ten famous gymnasiums, famous gymnasium introduction.
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Allianz Stadium, Munich, Germany
The 2005 World Cup opened here. The stadium has a capacity of 66,000 and cost €280 million.
Werner March Stadium, Berlin
The stadium played host to the 1936 Berlin Olympics. In this century, the stadium was renovated for the 2005 World Cup at a cost of $280 million over a four-year period. It was one of the venues for the 2005 World Cup matches.
Beijing National Stadium
With a capacity of 91,000, the Beijing National Stadium is the perfect combination of a traditional sports venue and modern environmental consciousness. The architects took inspiration from nature to design the world’s largest environmentally friendly stadium, where the 2008 Olympic Games will be held.
Beijing National Aquatics Center
The gymnasium is similar to a hothouse in terms of efficient use of energy and the swimming pool is heated using solar energy. The swimming pool is heated by solar energy and is used for the swimming events of the 2008 Olympic Games.
Dubai Indoor Ski Resort, United Arab Emirates
Built in the middle of the desert at a cost of $275 million, this indoor ski resort was completed in 2005.
Port Hawkesbury Indoor Ice Rink, Canada
This indoor hockey arena, which challenges the norm that indoor ice rinks can’t have windows (because the sunlight coming in through the windows causes a softening of the ice surface), uses a novel design that allows light to enter the room evenly at all times, with no shadows, thus reducing the arena’s electricity consumption by almost 50 percent.
Palazzo a vela, Turin, Italy
Originally built in 1961, the stadium has been renovated this century and the pavilion was built to host a variety of cultural and recreational activities in addition to the Winter Olympics program.
Arizona Redbird Stadium, USA
The stadium was inaugurated in 2006 and is the site of this year’s Super Bowl of American professional football. It has a capacity of 63,000 and cost $355 million. Due to Arizona’s desert location, the roof can be opened up to protect the grass inside the stadium, and the grass can be taken out from under the pavilion to bask in the sun.
Wembley Stadium, London, England
With a capacity of 90,000 people, the stadium is the largest in the world. The stadium uses the latest digital technology and houses two huge display screens, equivalent to about 600 TV screens.
Al Khalifa Sports Stadium, Qadar
This 50,000-seat sports complex can host athletics, gymnastics, football, shooting, basketball, swimming, tennis, badminton, cycling and many other sports competitions.