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The subject index / Ice Palace

Ice Palace

Categories / Sports/Sports and Recreation Facilities
Categories / Architecture/Architectural Monuments/Public Buildings and Edifices

ICE PALACE (1 Pyatiletok Avenue). A sports structure opened on 18 October 2000. Built according to the plans by the Moscow Scientific Research Institute for Objects of Culture, Recreation, Sport, and Health, and by the Eagle Group International Company (Finland) (architects A.V. Bokov, S. Kilpiya, H. Laitila, S.I. Sokolov, H. Tinkanen). It seats over 12,000 spectators. Sport competitions are held at the Ice Palace (the arena can be transformed into a 30 x 60 metre a hockey rink, as well as a basketball, volleyball, or tennis court. Exhibitions and concerts are also organized at the palace. The World Hockey Championship was held at the Ice Palace (May 2000), as was the Figure-Skating World Cup (November 2001).

I. A. Bogdanov.

Bokov Andrey Vladimirovich
Kilpiya S.
Laitila H.
Sokolov Sergey Ivanovich
Tinkanen K.

Pyatiletok Ave/Saint Petersburg, city, house 1


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