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See How Toronto's SkyDome Stadium Was Built In This Time-Lapse Video

Also known as the "Rogers Centre" if you're a jerk.

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The SkyDome, home of the Toronto Blue Jays and little brother to the CN Tower, opened in 1989. It was the first stadium to have a fully retractable roof.

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It was renamed Rogers Centre after the telecom company bought it in 2005, but who are we kidding? It will always be the SkyDome.

Construction took two and a half years, and you can see how it all came together in this short time-lapse video.

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