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What are the Best and Worst Olympic Buildings of All Time?

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Whenever there's an Olympic Games there's talk of architecture: what might be built, the craziest structures built, what will be built four years from now. Last week, Complex mag released a list of the 50 best buildings in Olympic history, beginning with the Panathenaic Stadium, built in 1896 in Athens, Greece, and ending with Herzog & de Meuron's "Bird's Nest" in Beijing '08.

Care to add a favorite or contribute to the flogging of Zaha Hadid's London Aquatics Centre? Sound off below.

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