Loading ... The 2014 Winter Games in Sochi will be the most expensive Olympics ever. Russia is spending $50 billion to prepare venues on the Black Sea coast and in nearby mountains. Sochi's blizzard of money An aerial view of the coastal cluster in December of 2012. REUTERS/GK Olympstroy/Handout Developer - Rosa Khutor resorts (owned by Vladimir Potanin) Venue for all alpine skiing disciplines, including downhill and slalom. Will have 36 runs, with 24 designed to host Olympic competitions. The venue features one finish area for all events. After the games, it will continue as a ski resort.CAPACITY: 18,000 Alpine centre Developer - Rosa Khutor resorts (owned by Vladimir Potanin) The metals billionaire is building the site for competitions in snowboarding (including boardercross racing), aerial skiing, half-pipe and other extreme events.After the games the site will be used as a venue for skiing World Cup competitions and a training centre.CAPACITYFreestyle skiing center: 8,000Snowboard park: 8,000 Extreme park Developer - Gazprom The complex has 15 kilometres of track for Nordic skiing events, including cross-country skiing and biathlon. Though the structures are designed to be removable, most of the site will remain after the games as a skiing facility.CAPACITY: 9,600 Cross-country ski centre Developer - Olympstroy Facilities for bobsleigh, luge and skeleton events. The track provides different descents with altitude drops ranging up to 132 metres, depending on the type of event. After the games, the site will become a sports training centre.CAPACITY: 9,000 Sliding centre Developer - Joint Stock Company Krasnaya Polyana Site of ski jumping and Nordic combined events. Features two main jumps of different heights, and three training hills. After the games will become a training centre.CAPACITY: 9,600 Jumping centre Developer - Olympstroy Will host the opening and closing ceremonies of the games. After the Olympics it will become a venue for the Russian national football team, and a concert and entertainment centre.CAPACITY: 40,000 Fisht Olympic Stadium Developer - Omega Site of speed skating competitions. Post games will be a trade and exhibition center.CAPACITY: 8,000 Adler Arena Skating Center Developer - Slavoblast Construction Site of curling competitions. The center is a moveable venue and may be relocated post-games.CAPACITY: 3,000 Ice Cube Curling Center Developer - Olympstroy Site of the Olympic ice hockey competitions. Post games will be used as a sports and entertainment centre.CAPACITY: 12,000 Bolshoi Ice Dome Developer - Olympstroy Venue for figure skating and short-track speed skating. The structure is designed to be removable and may be relocated after the games.CAPACITY: 12,000 Iceburg Skating Palace Developer - UGMK Holdings Part of a complex of facilities for ice-hockey competitions. Designed as a removable structure, it may be dismantled and taken to another city after the games.CAPACITY: 7,000 Shayba Arena Developer - Oleg Deripaska The commodities billionaire is expanding the airport so that it can handle up to 3,800 passengers an hour. His companies are also building the Olympic village where athletes will stay. Airport Artist's impression of the coastal centre for the Winter Olympics and how it will be linked to the mountain centre by road and rail. Hover over a building below for details REUTERS/GK Olympstroy/Handout