Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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sporting complex in London, England

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English Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in London, England, United Kingdom, is a sporting complex in Stratford. It was built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and the Paralympics, situated to the east of the city adjacent to the Stratford City development. It contains the athletes' Olympic Village and several of the sporting venues including the London Stadium and London Aquatics Centre, besides the London Olympics Media Centre.

The park is overlooked by the ArcelorMittal Orbit, an observation tower and Britain's largest piece of public art. It was simply called Olympic Park during the Games but was later renamed to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (though it is not an official Royal Park of London). The park occupies an area straddling four east London boroughs; Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest. Part of the park reopened in July 2013, while a large majority of the rest (including the Aquatics Centre, Velopark and Orbit observation tower) reopened in April 2014.

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German Olympiapark London

Der Olympiapark (englisch Olympic Park, nach den Olympischen Spielen 2012 anlässlich des 60. Thronjubiläum von Königin Elisabeth II. offiziell in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park umbenannt) ist ein parkartiges Gelände in London mit mehreren bedeutenden Sportanlagen. Er war der Hauptveranstaltungsort der Olympischen Spiele 2012 und der Paralympics 2012. Der 250 Hektar große Olympiapark liegt am Fluss Lea im Osten der Stadt. Er entstand durch die vollständige Umgestaltung einer Industriebrache, zu der auch ein stillgelegtes Bahnbetriebswerk gehörte.

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cs Olympijský park (Londýn)

Londýnský olympijský park je komplex sportovišť a dalších zařízení vystavěných pro účely letních olympijských a paralympijských her 2012. Komplex je situován ve východní části Londýna na rozhraní městských obvodů Newham, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest a Hackney, převážně ve čtvrti Stratford. Areál vznikl na místě opuštěných průmyslových areálů, částečně došlo i k zástavbě travnatých ploch. Kromě devíti olympijských sportovišť se v parku nachází také hlavní tiskové centrum a olympijská vesnice pro ubytování sportovců. Mezi hlavním olympijským stadionem a centrem plaveckých sportů se tyčí 115 metrů vysoká rozhledna ArcelorMittal Orbit, která je zároveň největší plastikou Velké Británie. Přestože Olympijský park nepatří mezi oficiální londýnské královské parky, na oslavu šedesátého výročí vlády britské královny Alžběty II. se po skončení her přejmenuje na Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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Spanish Parque Olímpico Reina Isabel

El Parque Olímpico Reina Isabel (antes denominado Parque Olímpico) en Londres, Inglaterra, es un complejo deportivo construido para los Juegos Olímpicos de 2012 y los Juegos Paralímpicos del mismo año, ubicado al este de la ciudad junto al sector de desarrollo denominado Stratford City. Contiene la Villa Olímpica y varias de las sedes deportivas incluyendo el Estadio Olímpico y el Centro Acuático. El parque podrá ser observado desde el ArcelorMittal Orbit, una torre de observación y la pieza de arte público más grande de Gran Bretaña. Después de los Juegos Olímpicos, el parque se llama Parque Olímpico Reina Isabel (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park), para conmemorar el Jubileo de Diamante de Isabel II,[1]​ aun cuando no será oficialmente un Parque Real de Londres.

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French Parc olympique de Londres

Le parc olympique de Londres est un complexe sportif se trouvant à Stratford, dans le borough londonien de Newham, pour les Jeux olympiques d'été de 2012.

Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Stratford.

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Italian Parco Olimpico di Londra

Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park (più semplicemente Olympic Park), è un complesso sportivo realizzato per le gare dei XXX Giochi olimpici e dei XIV Giochi paralimpici estivi, situato ad oriente della città di Stratford. Esso comprende il villaggio olimpico (ora zona residenziale chiamata East Village) nel quale venivano ospitati gli atleti provenienti da tutto il mondo e diversi impianti sportivi fra i quali lo stadio Olimpico ed il London Aquatics Centre. Il parco è ben visibile dall'alto dalla sommità della ArcelorMittal Orbit, una torre di osservazione (in cui è anche presente uno scivolo, The Slide). Il parco è intitolato alla regina Elizabeth II, a commemorazione del suo giubileo di diamante, anche se non è un parco reale di Londra.

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Japanese クイーン・エリザベス・オリンピック・パーク

クイーン・エリザベス・オリンピック・パーク(英: Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park)は、イギリスのロンドンにある、2012年ロンドンオリンピックおよび同パラリンピックのために建てられたスポーツ複合施設で、同市の東側ストラトフォード・シティ開発地区に隣接した場所にある。敷地内には選手村のほか、ロンドン・スタジアムやアクアティクス・センターを初めとする競技施設が複数入っている。

イギリス最大のパブリックアート作品であり展望台のアルセロール・ミッタル・オービットからこの公園が一望できる。五輪期間中はオリンピック・パークと呼ばれていたが、五輪閉幕後に現在の名前に改称された。これは2012年に女王エリザベス2世が即位60年となることを記念して付けられたものである(ただしロンドンの公式な王立所有地ではない)。

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pt Parque Olímpico Rainha Isabel

O Parque Olímpico Rainha Isabel (português europeu) ou Parque Olímpico Rainha Elizabeth (português brasileiro)(em inglês: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) é um parque no nordeste de Londres, no Reino Unido. Foi projetado para abrigar as principais instalações e a vila olímpica dos Jogos Olímpicos e Paralímpicos de Verão de 2012. Após a realização das Olimpíadas, o complexo, então chamado Parque Olímpico (em inglês: Olympic Park), recebeu novo nome como parte das comemorações do Jubileu de Diamante da Rainha Isabel II do Reino Unido.No parque estão localizados o Centro Aquático de Londres‎, a Arena de Polo Aquático e o Estádio Olímpico de Londres.

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zh 英女王伊麗莎白二世奧林匹克公園

英女王伊利沙伯二世奧林匹克公園(英語:Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park),啟用稱奧林匹克公園(英語:Olympic Park)位於英國倫敦東部,與斯特拉特福德市(Stratford City)相鄰;公園因主辦2012年倫敦奧運以及帕運會而興建的公園,也是該兩個運動會的主賽區;公園以及相關奧運場館已經對外開放。奧林匹克公園將於2013年更名至今。

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English Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Site of the London 2012 Olympics and the ArcelorMittal Orbit with the world's longest slide.

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ArcelorMittal Orbit

The ArcelorMittal Orbit (often referred to as the Orbit Tower or its original name, Orbit) is a 114.5-metre-high sculpture and observation tower in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London. It is Britain's largest piece of public art, and is intended to be a permanent lasting legacy of London's hosting of the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, assisting in the post-Olympics regeneration of the Stratford area. Sited between the Olympic Stadium (now called London Stadium) and the Aquatics Centre, it allows visitors to view the whole Olympic Park from two observation platforms.

Orbit was designed by Turner-Prize winning artist Sir Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond of Arup Group, an engineering firm. Announced on 31 March 2010, it was expected to be completed by December 2011. The project came about after Mayor of London Boris Johnson and Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell decided in 2008 that the Olympic Park needed "something extra". Designers were asked for ideas for an "Olympic tower" at least 100 metres (330 ft) high: Orbit was the unanimous choice from proposals considered by a nine-person advisory panel. Kapoor and Balmond believed that Orbit represented a radical advance in the architectural field of combining sculpture and structural engineering, and that it combined both stability and instability in a work that visitors can engage with and experience via an incorporated spiral walkway. It has been both praised and criticised for its bold design, and has especially received criticism as a vanity project of questionable lasting use or merit as a public art project.

The project was expected to cost £19.1 million, with £16 million coming from Britain's then-richest man, the steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman of the ArcelorMittal steel company, and the balance of £3.1 million coming from the London Development Agency. The name "ArcelorMittal Orbit" combines the name of Mittal's company, as chief sponsor, with Orbit, the original working title for Kapoor and Balmond's design.

The ArcelorMittal Orbit temporarily closed after the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games while the South Plaza (in which Orbit is positioned) underwent reconstruction for its long-term legacy use as a public outdoor space. It re-opened to the public on 5 April 2014. The structure incorporates the world's tallest and longest (178 metres) tunnel slide, designed by Carsten Höller. The idea was originally envisioned by the London Legacy Development Corporation as a way to attract more visitors to the tower. The slide includes transparent sections to give a "different perspective" of the twisting red tower and was completed in June 2016. This follows an option to abseil down the tower, introduced in 2014.

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