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Iconic stadium to be demolished

the Stadio San Siro or Stadio Guiseppe Meazza stadium is not the Coliseum, so the iconic stadium, with the two names in Milan can be torn down to the ground.

After nearly a year of reflection, the Italian cultural heritage authorities reached forward to the famous stadium, with a nearly 100-year-long football history is without architectural significance.

the Decision comes a bit across the recent plans for the modern stadium.

In the plan, which earlier this month was put forward for the new stadium to one billion euro, included that parts of the old San Siro must be preserved, because the new San Siro stadium with room for 60,000 spectators is placed at the side of the 94-year-old stadium.

the Conservation was one of 16 want, as Milan and Inter have had to meet, and Milan's mayor Giuseppe Sala has been an advocate for that part of the iconic stadium will be preserved.

the Question is whether the 'new' situation may mean that the plans drawn out, but the reverse is Milan about to get in danger, because the new San Siro will be ready 6. February 2026 for the opening ceremony at the Winter OLYMPICS.

at the same time is badly needed to get Italy 'rebooted' after the huge coranakrise, so that the construction in connection with a new town with folkepark, etc. will create jobs in the hard hit area.

With the new stadium, seems that the many years of navneforvirring will disappear.

In each case, it has Inter on his website referred to the new stadium as the San Siro, although the current stadium is the Stadio Guiseppe Meazza, when Christian Eriksen is in the match at the old stadium, which is changing its name to the San Siro, when Milan's matches.

With a new stadium has Milan and Inter decided to follow Tottenham and build a new house opposite f.ex. Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Hertha Berlin.

Real Madrid is underway to renovate the Santiago Bernabéu, then bysbørnene from Atletico Madrid well enough with the other newly renovated stadium, the Estadio Metropolitano.

The same happened in Berlin, where the olympic stadium from 1936 has been given a big overhaul.

It has long prospects, before Christian Eriksen and Inter will get the modern home (Photo:RemotePhotoPress/Shutterstock)

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