Georgia Dome

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The Georgia Dome as seen in 2008.

The Georgia Dome was a domed stadium in Atlanta. It opened in 1992. It was destroyed in 2017. It cost $214 million to build. It was the largest domed building in the world until 1999. It was supported by the State of Georgia, after which the stadium was named. It took up 9.19 acres of land. It hosted football and basketball. It was home to the Atlanta Falcons.

The Georgia Dome was replaced by the nearby Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which became the new home for the Falcons.

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