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Luzhniki Palace of Sports formerly the Palace of Sports of the Central Lenin Stadium, is a sports palace (arena) in Moscow, Russia, a part of the Luzhniki Sports Complex. Built in 1956, it originally had a spectator capacity of 13,700. In the past it was the host site of the world and European championships in ice hockey, gymnastics, volleyball, basketball, boxing and other sports.