Constructed for the 1976 summer time Olympics, Montreal's Olympic Stadium has nicknames: "The huge O" and "The large Owe." the previous has to do with its form, similar to a giant doughnut. The latter points to the excessive fee of building and keeping the stadium at some point of the Olympic video games. The multipurpose facility stays one of Montreal's maximum amazing architectural systems, where stunning perspectives of the town can be found at the pinnacle of its tower, growing high at a hundred seventy five meters.
The Olympic Stadium in Montreal is the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games. It can accommodate 50,640 people. He was also home to the Major League Baseball team at the Montreal Expo. It has a 175-meter-high tower, the tallest inclined building in the world. When the Olympic Games were held as scheduled, the mast was not completed at all. The fantastic stadium was officially completed more than ten years after the end of the Olympic Games, and it is said that it has not been fully designed by the original designer. After the stadium was officially completed, tens of millions of people have climbed on the top of the mast by cable car, where the beautiful scenery of Montreal can be seen. We also had the privilege of climbing the famous leaning tower which was not completed in the Olympic Games that year. We had a good view of the scenery under the tower.
Montreal, the host of the 21st Olympic Games, built the stadium and its leaning tower. The top of the gymnasium can be opened spirally and tightly, while the leaning tower is used to help open the roof of the gymnasium. The leaning tower is 175 meters high and its angle is 45 degrees. It is not only the highest leaning tower in the world, but also the highest leaning tower in the world. When the weather is clear, riding the cable car to the top of the tower can give a full view of the city of Montreal today. On the other side of the Olympic Park, there is a grand Party overlooking a neat and beautiful community building. Looking at several bridges across the St. Lawrence River, you can see the world's tallest leaning tower of Olympic stadium facilities. Some people have proposed leveling it! The maintenance cost of the building has been high, but now the building, which consumes a lot of effort and financial resources, has gradually become one of the symbols of Montreal and a place for citizens'daily sports.
The design of the Olympic Stadium and Ecology Hall, one of the Montreal landmarks, is very unique and magnificent. Unfortunately, China did not participate in the 1976 Olympic Games at the Montreal Olympic Stadium. This uniquely designed gymnasium and its sloping towers have become a symbol of Montreal today.
We visited the Olympic Stadium with Jeff, which is the most wonderful part of our day! It's funny, knowledgeable and friendly - he gave us a good time. The facility itself carries a rich history, and he supplements the trip with a large number of first-hand pictures. We especially appreciate how energetic he is, even though we were his last trip that day - Jeff was the best!
Most visitors to Montreal choose to visit the Olympic Village. From a distance, you can see the Olympic pylon. The cable-stayed bridge design pulls the top of the stadium. Badminton hall is now used for public activities, swimming pool is open to the public, all venues are free to enter.
This is Montreal's Olympic Stadium in 1976. Its design is very unique. It can take a sightseeing elevator along the high tower to the top of the observation platform, overlooking the surrounding scenery, very beautiful.
The stadium complex, built for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, includes the covered main stadium and swimming pool for the opening ceremony. The main stadium is now used as an indoor baseball stadium, but interestingly, the top cover has never been opened and closed. The Olympic Tower built for the Olympic Games was completed 11 years after the closing of the Games.
The Montreal Olympic Stadium is quite unique in shape. It was held here. Although the facilities are old, it is still worth seeing. The tour group must go, but the area is large, so there are not many people.
This is called the bigo because it looks like a doughnut. This is the venue of the 1976 Olympic Games. Now it's just the exterior and interior. To be honest, the local people don't like it very much because the Olympic Games are losing money. Is there any use value in this building?
The design of the Montreal Olympic Stadium is relatively post-modern. There are some pictures of the stars and some introductions. If you like them, you can have a look. It's worth it.