Olympiastadion (Olympic Park), is situated in the heart of Olympiapark Munich in northern Munich. The stadium was built as the main venue for 1972 Olympics. The original capacity of the stadium is 80,000 and besides Olympic games, it also hosted football matches like 1974 World Cup Final and Euro ’88 Final. It hosted the European Cup Finals of 1979, 1993 and 1997. During the opening ceremony, Guenter Zahn, German runner carried the Olympic flame. Zahn served as the relay runner for the last leg of the Olympic torch lighting.
Inside View of Olympiastadion

Below is the picture of the tower at the stadium, Olympiaturm is 291 metres high. At a height of 190m, it houses an observation platform and a small rock and roll museum. At 182m of height, a revolving restaurant is also housed that can accommodate 230 people.
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