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Palasport Olimpico
Location Corso Sebastopoli 123, Torino Torino-Stemma, Flag of Italy Italy
Opened December 13, 2005
Owner City of Turin
Construction cost $111 million
Architect Arata Isozaki, Pier Paolo Maggiora
Tenants 2006 Winter Olympics (ice hockey)
2007 Winter Universiade
Capacity 12.350 for Ice hockey

The Palasport Olimpico or Olympic Arena or Palaisozaki (from the name of the architect) is a multipurpose indoor sports/concert arena located in Turin, Italy.

It served as one of the venues hosting the ice hockey events at the 2006 Winter Olympics. It opened in 2005 and has seats for 12,350 spectators. It also has a practice rink. The venue was designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and the Italian architect Pier Paolo Maggiora. It is the biggest arena in Italy.


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Preceded by
E Center and Peaks Ice Arena
Host of the
Olympic ice hockey tournament

with Torino Esposizioni
2006

Succeeded by
Canada Hockey Place and UBC Winter Sports Centre
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