On Tuesday, 90 days before the first Olympic athletes are set to arrive in Rio de Janeiro, the finishing touches were put on the Olympic and Paralympic Village.
The site will house around 30,000 people across both games.
The 31 buildings have all been built, with just furnishings and exterior items to be installed, according to the village site manager.
Each condominium is 17 stories tall and has been designed to be completely accessible for paralympians.
Allocating who will stay where began in 2015, with the 10 largest nations given priority.
The outbreak of the Zika virus meant a last-minute change to the buildings.
Air conditioning has been installed in all rooms to help athletes keep mosquitoes out.
"We have a total of 31 buildings distributed in seven different condominiums," Mario Cilenti, Olympic and Paralympic Village Site Manager, said. "3,604 apartments in two, three and four bedroom configuration. We are now in the process of moving in everything that we need. We have about 600,000 different items that need to be moved into the village to create an Olympic village."
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