Fencing Hall for the 9th Olympiad, Amsterdam

Schermzaal was a sports venue located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. During the 1928 Summer Olympics, it hosted the fencing and the fencing part of the modern pentathlon events.

Designed by architect Jan Wils, the venue contained eight runners, each 2 meters wide by 19 meters long. a wing to the building contained eight dressing rooms, a shower, and an administrative room.

The venue has since been demolished.


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