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Beijing National Aquatics Center

The National Aquatics Center is a swimming stadium in Beijing, China. It is located at the Olympic Green, part of the cluster of sporting stadiums in Beijing. It is also known as theĀ Water Cube or Ice Cube because of its distinctive bubble-like exterior.

It was originally constructed for the aquatics competitions at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, where it hosted the diving, swimming and synchronized swimming events. The stadium was used again at the 2022 Winter Olympics for the curling competition.

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