Utenos pramogų arena

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Pramogų Arena
Pramogų Arena
AddressĄžuolyno g. 9
LocationVilnius, Lithuania
Coordinates54°42′20″N 25°14′11″E / 54.70556°N 25.23639°E / 54.70556; 25.23639Coordinates: 54°42′20″N 25°14′11″E / 54.70556°N 25.23639°E / 54.70556; 25.23639
OwnerPramogų Arena
CapacityConcerts 4,000
Hockey 2,500
Opened2002

Pramogų arena (formerly known as Vilnius Ice Palace[1]) is an indoor arena in Vilnius. In 2009 Pramogų arena hosted the 2009 European Wrestling Championships.

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Preceded by
Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre
Tampere
European Wrestling Championships
Venue

2009
Succeeded by
Heydar Aliyev Sports and Exhibition Complex
Baku