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Overview

Title
Olympic Stadium
Author
carol_79
Rating
2.50
Year
1928 AD
Cost
-
Average visit time
-
Address
Viale dello Stadio Olimpico, Rome RM
Hours of operation
Depends on exhibition
Contacts
Phone: 0636851

Description

The Olympic Stadium is the largest sports stadium in Rome and is located inside the Foro Italico sports complex. Managed by CONI (Italian National Olympic Organization), the structure is used primarily as a football stadium (home of A.S. Roma) and track and field athletics, but occasionally hosts music concerts and other events. The Stadium has survive three major renovations and a complete restyling. The Olympic Stadium (once called Stadium Cypress) was designed and built in 1928 by Enrico Del Debbio, as part of a larger project for the City of Sport called Foro Mussolini.