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Faceted glass triangles create glowing crowns around a trio of stadiums for the World University Games currently taking place in Shenzhen. The three Universiade stadiums were designed by German studio GMP Architekten and surround an artificial lake. The largest of the three buildings is the main events arena, which seats up to 60,000 spectators in three More
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