Sports palaces

Sports palaces (palatsy sportu). Covered buildings for sports competitions and other mass events. Most such palaces have ice rinks and movable stands seating from 3,000 to 14,000 spectators. The largest sports palaces in Ukraine are the Kyiv Sports Palace, built in 1960 by Mykhailo Hrechyna, Aleksei Zavarov, and others; the Labor Reserve Palace in Lviv, built in 1970 by S. Sokolov; and the Youth Palace in Zaporizhia, built in 1972.

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