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Olympiastadion, Berlin

The Olympiastadion was constructed between 1934 and 1936 as part of the new Olympischer Platz, and had space for 110,000 people. When Berlin was awarded the 1936 Summer Olympics, what was initially planned was a refurbishment of the German Stadium. However, thanks to the interest of the National Socialists, a brand new stadium was ordered to be built. The track in this stadium is known for the triumph of African-American track and field athlete Jesse Owens in the 1936 Olympics. Today, the stadium has been refurbished for the Football World Cup 2006, for which it will be the venue of the final. It now has a capacity of 74,400 seats.

It is currently the home of the Bundesliga side Hertha BSC Berlin and the Berlin Thunder, a NFL Europe American football club.
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