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    Posted on Oct. 8, 2015

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

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

    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.


    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.

    View this video on YouTube
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    Long live the SkyDome!

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