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The Main Stadium
高雄

2009年世界運動會主場館,占地19公頃,由國際知名建築師伊東豊雄設計監造。設計構想拋開傳統體育場館的設計概念,誕生出全球第一座開口型的巨蛋,螺旋型的外部結構和太陽能光電板屋頂的構成,讓這世運主場館兼具了藝術與律動的之美,並為場館注入可持續發展的能量,在南台灣豔麗的陽光下,世運主場館猶如一條蜿蜒盤旋的巨龍,在北高雄充滿生態綠意的環境下,迎接來自世界各地的頂尖運動好手。

主場館位於左營區中海路與軍校路交叉口,可搭乘捷運至世運主場館站到達,場館周圍有半屏山生態公園、蓮池潭觀光風景區、高雄孔廟、左營鳳山舊城等遊憩與歷史人文景點,蓮池潭地區每年舉辦的萬年季活動,是高雄地區的人文宗教盛事,一年四季湖光山色變化以及各色人文節慶的舉辦,使此一地區早已成為高雄地區最具生態人文氛圍的區域,在主場館進駐此一地區後,更注入運動健康之元素,使北高雄成為永續健康的樂活城市。

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