Incredible stadiums around the world


Incredible stadiums around the world

stadiums12aNational Stadium, Beijing
The Beijing National Stadium – better known as the “Bird’s Nest” – was the work of Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron…

stadiums12bEstadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Built in 1947, the historic venue is one of the world’s most renown football stadiums, having hosted the European Cup final four times as well as the European Nations’ Cup and the FIFA World Cup…

stadiums12cQizhong Forest Sports City Arena, Shanghai
Shanghai’s striking tennis stadium was built in 2005 to host the ATP World Tour Finals. It features a steel roof with eight petal-shaped structures, resembling a magnolia, the city’s flower. The sliding panels are opened and closed to accommodate indoor and outdoor events.

stadiums12dNational Aquatics Centre, Beijing
The rectangular-shaped venue, known as the Water Cube, was also built for the 2008 Beijing Olympics to host the swimming competitions…

stadiums12eScotiabank Saddledome, Calgary
Originally built in 1983, the Saddledome is one of the oldest arenas in Canada and hosts hockey games and music concerts. Its striking concave roof with a saddle-shaped design is symbolic of the city’s American western heritage…

Incredible stadiums around the world
more at: telegraph

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