In 1984, the Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo (Yugoslavia at the time). Now there is no such country, and many Olympic facilities are in a deplorable state. One of the bobsleigh tracks has been mastered by cyclists, who organize races here against the backdrop of bright graffiti covering the concrete walls. The rest are simply crumbling and overgrown with moss. And in one of the parts of the former Olympic complex, a cemetery appeared at all.
This is Greece, Athens, where the Summer Olympic Games were held in 2004. If the reason for the deplorable state of facilities in Sarajevo was largely due to the civil war and the separation of Yugoslavia, Greece suffered from the economic crisis and was unable to use the entire infrastructure of the competition to the fullest..
Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. The Winter Olympics were held here in 1956, taking into account that more than 60 years have passed, the ski jump and stands are still well preserved, although, of course, they have not been used for a long time.
Elstal, a former Olympic village near Berlin. Here, in then Nazi Germany, the Summer Olympics took place in 1936. After that, many objects were used as barracks for the German army, and then the Soviet.
From an abandoned ski jump in French Grenoble, where the 1968 Olympics took place, very beautiful views open up that attract tourists.
Even in Beijing (PRC), where the Olympics took place only in 2008, there are abandoned facilities left after the competition. For example, this arena is for playing beach volleyball games. And the water track for kayaks.