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What is Georgia Giant Egg?


Georgia Giant Egg is a multi-functional stadium located in the eastern part of Atlanta. It was opened in 1992. It was the largest giant egg stadium in the world until 1999. The birth of the British Millennium Giant Egg replaced the first position of Georgia Giant Egg.

Georgia Big Egg is one of Georgia's most famous stadiums. It is the 11th largest stadium of the American Rugby League. It costs $214 million. It is the home of the Atlanta Falcon. It is used for soccer and basketball matches. It also has concerts. Georgia Big Egg can accommodate 71,228 spectators as a football stadium, 53,000 spectators as a basketball stadium and 75,000 spectators as a concert venue. During the 1996 Olympic Games, gymnastics, basketball and handball events were held here. In addition, world professional wrestling events were held. This vast stadium has brought countless surprises and excitement to people, and has made great contributions to sports in the United States, especially in Georgia.

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