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Beijing's Olympic Stadium is known as the Birds Nest
The Birds Nest
The Beijing National Stadium. Commonly known as the Birds Nest. (This is not the official name).
The birds nest.
The Beijing National Olympic Stadium. It is also commonly known as The Birds Nest because it's shaped like a birds nest.Also it was known as The Olympic Green.
nothing happend and its called the birds nest
thousand of migrant workers
The Birds Nest hope that is ok :)
That is the nickname for the Beijing National Stadium, the main track and field stadium and the stadium where the opening and closing ceremonies will be held for the 2008 Summer Olympics. wow!
somebody thought of the idea i am doing my home work about Beijing so somebody help me on the discussion page!
The name came from the massive steel framework building around the stadium made it look like a birds nest.
The stadium in Beijing, China is also known as the Bird's Nest. It was designed for and used throughout the 2008 Summer Olympics
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Well, The Birds Nest can hold up to 91,000 people at a squash. But it can comfortably hold 80,000.
The Birds Nest
Because the design is based on a birds nest. If you look at the contruction of an actual birds nest it is very similar to the bird cage. Especially if viewed from the air.
It is made of:SteelConcreteThose are the two main materials. It may consist of more, such as plastic but find a reasonable source to verify.Sorry.
it looks like a birds nest
"Bird's Nest" is the nick name of The Beijing National Stadium in China, home of the Summer Olympics 2008, it's called the Birds nest because of it's architecture, the construction looks like a nest.
the Chinese stadium of course dumboAnswers.com
the birds nest stadium
the most significant thing about the 2008 Olympics was the fireworks and how the stadium looked liike a birds nest. the horse riding was fantastic
The US was boycotting the 2008 olympic games because they didn't like the way that the builders of the Birds Nest Stadium were being teated. they weren't provided with any safety exept a helmet which was optional. Also the space that the stadium was made used to have houses there and these houses were demolished without permision and this is where the stadium was built