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Sports Palace

 

one of the names for a covered complex in which athletic competitions, physical culture demonstrations, and other public performances and events are held. There are large sports palaces in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Minsk, and other cities of the USSR.

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The First International Specialized Exhibition "Bishkek Fashion and Textile 2019" opened in Bishkek at the Palace of Sports, Trend reports referring tokabar.kg.
On Sunday, Ahmad Bazri overcame two representatives from the host nation in his first two contests of the 86-kilogram weight class at the Palace of Sports of the Belarusian capital city of Minsk.
The contractor selection procedure for the reconstruction of the Winter Palace of Sports in Sofia for BGN 41M VAT excluded has been terminated by the contracting authority Academica 2011.
The Kozhomkulov Palace of Sports in Bishkek hosted on April 14 the event marking the 1443rd anniversary of the birth of Prophet Muhammad, the Turkish Embassy to Kyrgyzstan said.
The next test for GB is against Estonia at the Palace of Sports in Kiev today (3pm BST).
For the first time in the history of jurisprudence the hearings appointed in a facility designed only for mass entertainment - at the Palace of Sports named after Kozhomkul.
The late great Stuart Adamson and his multimillion selling outfit at the height of their success, recorded at the Palace of Sports, Moscow.
Having launched the trade show last year with Flooring Russia 2003, Montgomery International Ltd., organizers of the show, have said the size of the Flooring Russia show for 2004 will be approximately double the size of the inaugural show, causing it to move to the more spacious Lushniki (aka The Palace of Sports).
In Murmansk Palace of Sports of the Central Trade Unions Stadium, a mini-football tournament was held as part of the Unity, a festival of national cultural associations, dedicated to the Day of National Unity on October 20-21.
GB, whose team also includes Cardiff Devils winger Phil Hill, now play Estonia at the Palace of Sports in Kiev tomorrow (3pm), while they face Lithuania on Thursday and Poland on Saturday.