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Olympic Tower Visitor Platform
Olympic park

The Olympic Tower is a television and radio broadcasting faciliy. It has been built between 1965 and 1968. The tower has a height of 291m (955ft). Visitors can ascend the tower using on of the two elevators, that move to the visitor platform in 30 seconds.

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