5 most beautiful stadiums in the world (Part 2)

3. Olympiastadion Stadium (Berlin, Germany)

The current capacity is 76,000 seats. The purpose for people to build this stadium is to organize the Berlin Olympics 1936.

This is one of the rare architectures that not only holds the shape but is hardly destroyed after World War II. Since then, the stadium has been upgraded twice and is now home to Hertha BSC club.

4. Wembley Stadium (London, United Kingdom)

5 most beautiful stadiums in the world (Part 2)

Wembley Stadium is a stadium at Wembley in London Borough of Brent, London, England. The stadium is owned by the Football Association (FA) and is used as the home ground of the British national football team. Wembley Stadium is also home to the FA Cup finals and League Cup.

Wembley Stadium is a stadium at Wembley in London Borough of Brent, London, England. The stadium is owned by the Football Association (FA) and is used as the home ground of the British national football team. Wembley Stadium is also home to the FA Cup finals and League Cup.

With 100,000 seats, Wembley is the second largest stadium in Europe. This is also the most costly construction stadium in the world. The new Wembley ground started construction in 2002 with a huge cost, up to 757 million pounds, or 1.2 billion USD. It is an unbelievable amount because Korea also spent only $ 1.6 billion to build eight new stadiums completely for the 2002 World Cup finals.

5. The National stadium (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

The National Stadium (official name), formerly known as World Games Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Ta Doanh, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. This is the largest stadium in Taiwan by capacity.

The yard was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito. The stadium was completed in 2009, used largely for football matches and the main content of the 2009 World Games. The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 people, after the end of the conference was used as the home ground of the team. Taiwan football.

The spiral architecture of the stadium is said to be a simulation of a dragon. This is the first stadium in the world to use solar power from solar technology. Solar cells placed on the outside of the stadium can provide almost 100% of the electricity needed to maintain the operation of the yard.