Finland, Helsinki. Olympic Park, Helsingin Olympiastadion. Inaugurated in 1938, it hosted the 1940 Summer Olympics, the 1952 Summer Olympics, the 1983 World Athletics Championships, and the 2005 World Athletics Championships. It is worth mentioning that there are two magnificent buildings, one is the white tower to commemorate Marty Jervinen's javelin championship in the 1932 Olympics, and the other is a bronze statue of Finnish long-distance runner Pavo Rumi .
You can reach the Olympic Park by train, but it is indeed a big park. Many locals basking in the sun, grilling and barbecue ~ Big Park or Big Park. You can rent bicycles from the Olympic Park and charge on time. There are two kinds of singles and doubles. You can go to the wetlands near the park by riding a bicycle. Here, it is another scene~ The lush water plants are different from the park scenery in Olympic Park. There are many cyclists along the way, most of them are white people riding bicycles. If you’re tired from walking anywhere, you can stop and take pictures anywhere. There are also neat tree trunks
The total area of the park is relatively large, and the parks built for the Olympic Games and various themed activity areas highlight the Olympic spirit.
Very big park, the air is very good, many people in it come to spring outing