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Yerevan Velodrome

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Subject: Yerevan, Hovik Hayrapetyan Equestrian Centre, Nairi Cinema, Ayb School, Presidential Palace, Yerevan
Collection: Sports Venues Completed in 2011, Sports Venues in Yerevan, Velodromes in Armenia
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Yerevan Velodrome

The Yerevan Velodrome is an outdoor velodrome or track cycling venue in Yerevan, Armenia. Located on Admiral Isakov Avenue and owned by the municipality of Yerevan, the 250 meters-long track is able to host international events. The velodrome has a capacity of 3,200 seats with lamelled wood roof and covers a total area of 3,200 square meters.[1] It was built to replace the old cycling track which was later demolished in 2012.

The construction of the venue began in June 2010 and completed in September 2011.[2] It was officially opened on 15 September 2011 with the presence of the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan.[3]

The velodrome can provide a parking lot up to 240 cars.



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  • Image of the Yerevan Velodrome

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