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BBC Sport's Olympic Map

We're sorry but your browser does not support BBC Sport's Olympic map. Click here for more information on the 37 Olympic venues in Beijing, Qingdao and Hong Kong.

Welcome to BBC Sport's Olympic map for the 2008 Beijing Games.

HOW TO USE THIS MAP
Sport icon
Yellow sport icons indicate venues
Click to find out more about a venue
Landmark icon
Blue icons indicate landmarks
Click to find out more about places in Beijing
Blog icon
Red icons indicate blog posts
Click to read an Olympics blog post
Twitter icon
Green icons are Twitter posts
Click for an update from a BBC journalist
Using this map, you can explore the venues in which the Olympics will take place. There are more than 30 venues in Beijing to uncover, as well as sailing in Qingdao on China's north-east coast, and equestrian sports in Hong Kong, to the south.

Clicking the different icons allows you to:

• find out more about the 37 Chinese Olympic venues

• read articles from journalists on BBC Sport's Olympics blog

• read Twitter updates from BBC Sport's journalists in China (What is Twitter?)

You can also explore a selection of well-known Beijing locations, from landmarks like the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, to modern focal points like Beijing's airport and the BBC Sport studios.

Hover over any icon and a pop-up window will appear with more information. Click to expand the window for more detail.

You can roam freely across the map but remember, most Olympic events are concentrated in and around Beijing. We have provided links to Qingdao and Hong Kong, so you can move there with a simple click.

See if you can track down the football stadia at Tianjin, Shenyang, Shanghai and Qinhuangdao! If you get lost, the "reset map" button will take you back to Beijing's Olympic Green so you can restart your journey.

We would like to hear your feedback on our Olympic map - you can leave your comments on BBC Sport's Olympics blog.


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