Olympiapark

Olympiapark

Brauchle Ring
  • Walking
  • Sports
  • Park
  • Architecture

A fallow field left as a Trümmerberg (mountain of ruins) after the war, which was then populated by refugees from the Hungarian Revolution, Olympiapark became Olympiapark for the 1972 Olympic Games. This sweeping complex of stadiums, sport fields and other facilities is today used as venue for all kinds of cultural events, and the tensile structure over the park draws visitors as an architectural curiosity.

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