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From the Ski Jump Tower in Cortina D’ampezzo, Italy, during the 1956 Winter Olympics and the Bobsled Track in Sarajevo during the 1984 Winter Olympics, to the swimming pool in Berlin during the 1936 Summer Olympics and the Olympic Canoe and Kayak Slalom Center in Athens during the 2004 Summer Olympics, there are quite a few impressive villages, cities and venues that were built to accommodate the Olympics over the years. Unfortunately, the current state of most of these Olympic stadiums after the games is a far cry from what they were once built for, and this photo series archives all of those places in various states of decay.

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