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Guangdong Olympic Stadium - {CATEGORY}

The Guangdong Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. Currently used mostly for football matches, the stadium was built in 2001. It has a capacity of 80,012 with multi-colored seats, positioned in multiple sections, and are connected via a ribbon pattern. The Guangdong Olympic Stadium was opened to the public for the ninth National Games of the People's Republic of China in 2001. It was originally planned to help host the 2008 Summer Olympics until a decision was made to construct the National Stadium in Beijing. The original design for the Guangdong Olympic Stadium was announced in 1999. Taking Guangzhou's nickname, the Flower City, the American architectural firm of Ellerbe Becket designed Guangdong Olympic Stadium's sunscreen roof to resemble layers of petals on a flower. The design firm stated in its press release: "The stadium bowl grows out of the ground to a sculpted upper edge, like the petals of a flower. Floating above the bowl is a shimmering ribbon of roof flowing like a wave over the seats. It parts at the ends and holds the Olympic flame, suspended between the two ribbons. A hotel surrounds a circular opening in the roof that forms a vertical tower of light, which at night is visible for a great distance. " INSERT_OR_UPDATE GAEA 8415651 Scrapped Wikipedia 2162 en N 1 N Shanghai Indoor Stadium - {CATEGORY} N http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Indoor_Stadium "The Shanghai Indoor Stadium (simplified Chinese: 上海体育馆; traditional Chinese: 上海體育館; pinyin: Shànghǎi Tǐyùguǎn) is a multi-purpose gymnasium in Shanghai, China. Hailed as a great feat of engineering at the time of its construction, the building is now considered dated and out-classed by newly constructed sporting facilities nearby. The Indoor Stadium is now used mostly for entertainment events rather than sporting competition. Shanghai Indoor Stadium is close to Shanghai Stadium. The two facilities have very similar names in Chinese - the Indoor Stadium is literally called a "Sports Hall" (体育馆) while the Shanghai Stadium is called a "Sports Field" (体育场) - while in English their names differ only by the addition of "Indoor". This has been a source of confusion, especially after the opening of Shanghai Metro Line 4 with adjacent stations of these names. When serving as a concert venue, the stadium is often referred to as Shanghai Grand Stage (Shanghai Gymnasium). Recent performers have included The Rolling Stones & The Backstreet Boys (2006), Christina Aguilera, Roger Waters, Eric Clapton & Beyoncé (2007) & Bob Dylan (2010).

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Address: Guangzhou,  People's Republic of China

Country: China

Capacity: 80012

Surface: Grass

Opened: 2001

Architect(s): Ellerbe Becket, Nixon & Nixon Inc.

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Guangdong Olympic Stadium - {CATEGORY}

The Guangdong Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. Currently used mostly for football matches, the stadium was built in 2001. It has a capacity of 80,012 with multi-colored seats, positioned in multiple sections, and are connected via a ribbon pattern. The Guangdong Olympic Stadium was opened to the public for the ninth National Games of the People's Republic of China in 2001. It was originally planned to help host the 2008 Summer Olympics until a decision was made to construct the National Stadium in Beijing. The original design for the Guangdong Olympic Stadium was announced in 1999. Taking Guangzhou's nickname, the Flower City, the American architectural firm of Ellerbe Becket designed Guangdong Olympic Stadium's sunscreen roof to resemble layers of petals on a flower. The design firm stated in its press release: "The stadium bowl grows out of the ground to a sculpted upper edge, like the petals of a flower. Floating above the bowl is a shimmering ribbon of roof flowing like a wave over the seats. It parts at the ends and holds the Olympic flame, suspended between the two ribbons. A hotel surrounds a circular opening in the roof that forms a vertical tower of light, which at night is visible for a great distance. " INSERT_OR_UPDATE GAEA 8415651 Scrapped Wikipedia 2162 en N 1 N Shanghai Indoor Stadium - {CATEGORY} N http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Indoor_Stadium "The Shanghai Indoor Stadium (simplified Chinese: 上海体育馆; traditional Chinese: 上海體育館; pinyin: Shànghǎi Tǐyùguǎn) is a multi-purpose gymnasium in Shanghai, China. Hailed as a great feat of engineering at the time of its construction, the building is now considered dated and out-classed by newly constructed sporting facilities nearby. The Indoor Stadium is now used mostly for entertainment events rather than sporting competition. Shanghai Indoor Stadium is close to Shanghai Stadium. The two facilities have very similar names in Chinese - the Indoor Stadium is literally called a "Sports Hall" (体育馆) while the Shanghai Stadium is called a "Sports Field" (体育场) - while in English their names differ only by the addition of "Indoor". This has been a source of confusion, especially after the opening of Shanghai Metro Line 4 with adjacent stations of these names. When serving as a concert venue, the stadium is often referred to as Shanghai Grand Stage (Shanghai Gymnasium). Recent performers have included The Rolling Stones & The Backstreet Boys (2006), Christina Aguilera, Roger Waters, Eric Clapton & Beyoncé (2007) & Bob Dylan (2010).

Guangdong Olympic Stadium - {CATEGORY}

The Guangdong Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. Currently used mostly for football matches, the stadium was built in 2001. It has a capacity of 80,012 with multi-colored seats, positioned in multiple sections, and are connected via a ribbon pattern. The Guangdong Olympic Stadium was opened to the public for the ninth National Games of the People's Republic of China in 2001. It was originally planned to help host the 2008 Summer Olympics until a decision was made to construct the National Stadium in Beijing. The original design for the Guangdong Olympic Stadium was announced in 1999. Taking Guangzhou's nickname, the Flower City, the American architectural firm of Ellerbe Becket designed Guangdong Olympic Stadium's sunscreen roof to resemble layers of petals on a flower. The design firm stated in its press release: "The stadium bowl grows out of the ground to a sculpted upper edge, like the petals of a flower. Floating above the bowl is a shimmering ribbon of roof flowing like a wave over the seats. It parts at the ends and holds the Olympic flame, suspended between the two ribbons. A hotel surrounds a circular opening in the roof that forms a vertical tower of light, which at night is visible for a great distance. " INSERT_OR_UPDATE GAEA 8415651 Scrapped Unkown source 2162 en N 1 N Shanghai Indoor Stadium - {CATEGORY} N http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Indoor_Stadium "The Shanghai Indoor Stadium (simplified Chinese: 上海体育馆; traditional Chinese: 上海體育館; pinyin: Shànghǎi Tǐyùguǎn) is a multi-purpose gymnasium in Shanghai, China. Hailed as a great feat of engineering at the time of its construction, the building is now considered dated and out-classed by newly constructed sporting facilities nearby. The Indoor Stadium is now used mostly for entertainment events rather than sporting competition. Shanghai Indoor Stadium is close to Shanghai Stadium. The two facilities have very similar names in Chinese - the Indoor Stadium is literally called a "Sports Hall" (体育馆) while the Shanghai Stadium is called a "Sports Field" (体育场) - while in English their names differ only by the addition of "Indoor". This has been a source of confusion, especially after the opening of Shanghai Metro Line 4 with adjacent stations of these names. When serving as a concert venue, the stadium is often referred to as Shanghai Grand Stage (Shanghai Gymnasium). Recent performers have included The Rolling Stones & The Backstreet Boys (2006), Christina Aguilera, Roger Waters, Eric Clapton & Beyoncé (2007) & Bob Dylan (2010).

Guangdong Olympic Stadium - {CATEGORY}

The Guangdong Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China. Currently used mostly for football matches, the stadium was built in 2001. It has a capacity of 80,012 with multi-colored seats, positioned in multiple sections, and are connected via a ribbon pattern. The Guangdong Olympic Stadium was opened to the public for the ninth National Games of the People's Republic of China in 2001. It was originally planned to help host the 2008 Summer Olympics until a decision was made to construct the National Stadium in Beijing. The original design for the Guangdong Olympic Stadium was announced in 1999. Taking Guangzhou's nickname, the Flower City, the American architectural firm of Ellerbe Becket designed Guangdong Olympic Stadium's sunscreen roof to resemble layers of petals on a flower. The design firm stated in its press release: "The stadium bowl grows out of the ground to a sculpted upper edge, like the petals of a flower. Floating above the bowl is a shimmering ribbon of roof flowing like a wave over the seats. It parts at the ends and holds the Olympic flame, suspended between the two ribbons. A hotel surrounds a circular opening in the roof that forms a vertical tower of light, which at night is visible for a great distance. " INSERT_OR_UPDATE GAEA 8415651 Scrapped Unknown source 2162 2162 en N 1 N Shanghai Indoor Stadium - {CATEGORY} N http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Indoor_Stadium "The Shanghai Indoor Stadium (simplified Chinese: 上海体育馆; traditional Chinese: 上海體育館; pinyin: Shànghǎi Tǐyùguǎn) is a multi-purpose gymnasium in Shanghai, China. Hailed as a great feat of engineering at the time of its construction, the building is now considered dated and out-classed by newly constructed sporting facilities nearby. The Indoor Stadium is now used mostly for entertainment events rather than sporting competition. Shanghai Indoor Stadium is close to Shanghai Stadium. The two facilities have very similar names in Chinese - the Indoor Stadium is literally called a "Sports Hall" (体育馆) while the Shanghai Stadium is called a "Sports Field" (体育场) - while in English their names differ only by the addition of "Indoor". This has been a source of confusion, especially after the opening of Shanghai Metro Line 4 with adjacent stations of these names. When serving as a concert venue, the stadium is often referred to as Shanghai Grand Stage (Shanghai Gymnasium). Recent performers have included The Rolling Stones & The Backstreet Boys (2006), Christina Aguilera, Roger Waters, Eric Clapton & Beyoncé (2007) & Bob Dylan (2010).

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