Beijing Olympic Park
Beijing Olympic Park is where the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and Paralympics took place. The park was designed to contain ten venues, the Olympic Village, and other supporting facilities. Afterward, it was transformed into a comprehensive multifunctional activity center for the public.
National Stadium also known as the Bird's Nest is a stadium in Beijing. It hosted the opening and closing ceremonies, athletics, and football finals of the Games. The stadium has room for 91,000 spectators, but the capacity was reduced to 80,000 after the Olympics. It will be the site of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2022 Winter Olympics. It was made of strong steel with natural curves and crossing lattices, it seems like a giant cradle and nest for impregnating life. Total structures of inside and outside for the stadium is neoteric and simple.
The Beijing National Aquatics Center "Water Cube" hosted the swimming, diving and synchronized swimming events. It has a capacity of 6,000 (17,000 during the 2008 Olympics) and is located next to the National Stadium. It will be the site of the curling competitions in 2022. The shape of Water Cube inspired from the natural formations of soap bubbles and cells. It has been praised as a magic water cube since it can decorate with natural iridescent light. In the evening, people might feel pleasant and leisure when they watch these buildings which display colorful lights casting a bright and dazzling sea world.
They are unparalleled and unprecedented landmarks in Beijing. They hold thousands of competitions insides the stadium but also attracts millions of visitors to appreciate remarkable buildings in China.