For the past 25 years some of the biggest sports events in the world have happened at Atlanta's Georgia Dome. It is the only facility in the world to host a Super Bowl, an Olympics and an NCAA Final Four. But the Georgia Dome will be only a memory after its scheduled implosion on Monday.
The Atlanta Falcons said goodbye to the dome last season and hello to a brand new state-of-the-art facility called Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Some people took to social media to say their goodbyes.
I've had so many memories in the Georgia Dome since high school, can't believe it's getting blasted this week :/— Donovan Jay (@sir_semaj) November 19, 2017
There have been more than 1,400 events in the 25 years of the Georgia Dome, and millions of fans have graced its seats.
From 1992-2017 the Dome hosted over 39 million fans at over 1400 events that meant over $7.4 BILLION in economic impact to the State of Ga— Georgia Dome (@GeorgiaDome) March 6, 2017
The site of the Georgia Dome will become a multi-purpose greenspace called The Home Depot Backyard, opening in 2018.