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Curtis Compton, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Georgia Dome comes crumbling down in a ball of dust on Monday, November 20, 2017, in Atlanta. More than 300 pounds of explosives collapsed the steel in the upper ring and about 4,500 pounds of dynamite intended to crumble the concrete columns of the Atlanta institution of the last 25 years. When the dust cleared, two sections of the Georgia Dome's outside walls were still standing. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

The Georgia Dome is no more.

The 71,228 capacity stadium, which once hosted two Super Bowls, the Olympics, the NCAA Final Four and a wealth of other sports, was demolished on Monday morning, according to USA Today.

The Atlanta Falcons, who called the stadium home, started playing in the newly-opened Mercedes-Benz Stadium this year, along with Major League Soccer team, Atlanta United.

The demolition crews blew up the Georgia Dome at 7:30 a.m. ET.

Here’s a video of the destruction, from the aforementioned Atlanta soccer team:

And here's another video of the explosion. Kind of.

According to Fox News, crews used 5,000 pounds of explosives to destroy the site.

Officials said the demolition site will be cleaned up and replaced with tailgating space for those at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

And the area, which will be renamed the Home Depot Backyard, "will feature unique arts, entertainment and cultural experiences that will bring together local residents, as well as events honoring veterans and active members of the military,” according to officials.