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Olympic Stadium, Munich
The design of the stadium at the time of its errection was considered revolutionary, large sweeping canopies of glass stabilised by metal ropes were a new concept. The stadium and its associated village are, however, always remembered for the tragic events of the 1972 Olympics, rather than as the site of the great achievements of competitors such as swimmer Mark Spitz and sprinter Mary Peters.
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