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Madrid: a responsible bid for the 2020 Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games. Twitter: @Madrid2020es Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/madrid2020

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    "Birthplace of the Olympic Games. The Olympic Games were held every four years throughout Classical Antiquity, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. Make sure you visit the Ancient Stadium."
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 8, 2013
    Historic Site
    · Αρχαία Ολυμπία, Ελλάδα
    9.1
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    "Named after the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See. In the 17th century the area around the embassy was even considered Spanish territory! Climb the 137 "Spanish steps" to reach the Trinità dei Monti."
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 6, 2013
    Plaza
    · Roma, Italia
    9.3
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    "It cost $1.1 billion to build-among the top-10 most expensive in the world. Seating: Basketball - 19,033; Ice hockey - 17,200; Concerts - 20,000; Boxing: 20,789. Amazing!"
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 6, 2013
    Basketball
    · New York, United States
    9.2
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    "Opening & Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics directed by Marco Balich and Rich Birch. At the Opening Ceremony we saw the last public performance by Lucianno Pavarotti."
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 6, 2013
    Soccer
    · Torino, Italia
    7.5
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    "One of the few stadia in the world to host both the Olympic Games (1960) and the FIFA World Cup final (1990). Today it can seat 73,261 spectators."
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 6, 2013
    Soccer
    · Roma, Italia
    8.7
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    "One of the few stadia in the world to host the biggest sport events in the world, it hosted the 1972 Summer Olympics and the 1974 World Cup Final. Recognized by its canopies of acrylic glass."
    Madrid2020Madrid2020 · June 6, 2013
    Stadium
    · München, Deutschland
    9.1