Munich Olympic Park is the venue for hosting the 20th Summer Olympic Games in 1972. The Olympic Stadium is the core building of the Olympic Park. It can accommodate 80,000 spectators. The roof of the stadium "fishnet tent" is said to be a miracle in the history of world architecture. The Olympic TV Tower, 290 meters high, is the tallest building in Munich. It has an ornamental platform and a revolving restaurant in the middle. After taking the elevator to the top of the tower, it looks down from the tower. The Olympic Park is full of green lakes, lush hills and vast green grasslands. The whole Olympic Park is really beautiful. Next to the park is the BMW headquarters building and the BMW Museum. It's very convenient to come here by subway or bus.
Munich Olympic Park is a highly concentrated super-large sports complex. It is the venue for the 20th Summer Olympic Games in 1972. It is also the best venue for Munich citizens at present. The main idea of architectural design is "the Olympic Games at Close Range". The government has proposed to cooperate with the environmental reform of urban planning. Munich, like Tokyo, is a very crowded city. It's very difficult to squeeze out places to build venues.
Munich Olympic Park, not far from the BMW Building, is the host of the 1972 Munich Summer Olympic Games and the best sports venue for Munich citizens. The park is full of green grass, people and small animals live in harmony, Munich Olympic Stadium is also included, as well as Munich's tallest building, up to 290 meters of Olympic TV station, it is worth visiting!
Partial view of the Olympiapark München, constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics.
The Olympic Stadium is the core building of the Olympic Park. The most amazing thing is that it has a roof on the half of the stadium. It has a net roof consisting of several "fishing nets" which are lifted by 50 pillars. Set as a TV relay tower, the 290-meter-high Olympic TV Tower is Munich's tallest building. In its middle, there is an ornamental platform and a revolving restaurant. After taking the elevator to the top of the tower, it looks down from the tower. The Olympic Park is truly named as a winding man-made lake, a wooded hill emperor, a large area of grassland, a "fish net tent" roof glittering in the sunshine. Like a fisherman who just raised a net of water. It also gives a bird's eye view of Munich. When the weather is good, you can also see the beautiful scenery of the silver peaks of the Alps. We visited the world of BMW and went to the overpass on the road to watch it. We didn't go to the park, but we saw the TV tower and the fishing net.
On the last day of Munich, the Olympic Park is impressive. It is also a venue built for a specific sporting event. The subsequent use of the venue makes people feel as if it was originally designed as a public activity space, with overflowing green, activity platform, lakes, mountains, swans and so on. At the weekend, children's activities are being organized. There is a lot of excitement around the venues, but the side of the lake and mountain is still quiet and quiet. It's a surprise to see the panorama of Munich on the top of the mountain.