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  1. The Minsk-Arena has 15,000 seats, which is probably too scary for JESC, now that Jon Ola Sand said something about smaller venues “being the way forward”. In fact, I once learned on Wikipedia that Minsk-Arena is actually part of a complex which also has two (2) buildings – a speed-skating facility which can hold 3,000 people, and a velodrome which holds up to 2,000. Maybe the EBU can choose either the speed-skating facility or the velodrome to serve as the actual contest venue. 🙂

    Speed-skating facility:


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