Luzhniki Olympic Complex

Coordinates: 55°42′57″N 37°33′13″E / 55.71583°N 37.55361°E / 55.71583; 37.55361

The Luzhniki Olympic Complex (Russian: Олимпийский комплекс «Лужники») is one of the biggest multifunctional sports complexes of the world,[1] built between 1955 and 1956,[2][3][4] located in Moscow, Russia. Formerly known as the Central Lenin Stadium, it served as the Olympic Park of the 1980 Summer Olympics.

It is served by Sportivnaya, Vorobyovy Gory and Luzhniki metro stations.

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Multisport Arena
 
Katok Crystal
 
Sports Village

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