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Reuters
1/20
Olympic Park
An aerial view from a helicopter shows the Olympic Park under construction in the Adler district of the Black Sea resort city of Sochi, December 23, 2013. Sochi will host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in February. The view shows (clockwise from C, top) the "Fisht" Olympic Stadium, the "Shayba" Arena, the "Bolshoy" Ice Dome, the "Ice Cube" Curling center, the "Adler Arena" and the "Iceberg" Skating Palace.
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Reuters
2/20
Olympic Park
Located on the Black Sea, Sochi is a popular resort town in Russia. The Olympic Village venues shown here are referred to as the "Coastal Cluster."
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Reuters
3/20
Fisht Olympic Stadium
The main Olympic stadium, Fisht was designed to give spectators views of the Caucasus Mountains to the stadium’s north and the Black Sea to its south. It has a capacity of 40,000 and will be used after the Olympics as a venue for Russia’s national soccer team, and will also be used for entertainment purposes.
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4/20
Fisht Olympic Stadium
Exterior view of the Fisht Olympic Stadium.
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Reuters
5/20
Bolshoy Ice Dome
The 12,000-seat covered dome is the primary hockey facility, designed in the image of a frozen drop of water and will server. When the Olympics are over it will serve “as an ultra-modern, world-class multi-purpose sports and entertainment center,” according to the Sochi Olympic organizers.
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