Olympic Stadium

The Olympic Stadium of Montreal is a covered sports center with a capacity of 56,000 seats, which can be expanded to a capacity of 65,000 seats. Created by the French architect Roger Taillibert at the wish of Mayor Jean Drapeau, the Stadium had the task of hosting the 1976 Summer Olympics, then the Montreal Expos, who stayed there from 1977 until the end in 2004. Located in the heart of the Olympic Park of Montreal, the Olympic Center is part of a group of facilities, including the Montreal Tower, the Sports Stadium, the outdoor esplanades and also a vast indoor parking lot with nearly 4,000 spaces. Emblematic establishment of the city of Montreal, it remains controversial, being perceived as both an architectural grandiosity and a white elephant. Named the "Big O" in reference to its shape from above, it is the largest stadium in Canada. Its 165 meter high tower, holding 75% of the weight of the roof, is the tallest leaning structure in the world. Since 2012, it is the winter center of the Montreal Impact.

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