Anaheim Ducks towel invades: Centennial Olympic Park

Submitted by: Dark Knight (from Southern California, CA, USA)

Country: United States
State: Georgia
City: Atlanta
Location: Centennial Olympic Park [map]
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Centennial Olympic Park is a park built as a gathering place for the 1996 Summer Olympics. As a tribute to hosting the 100th Olympic summer games, a statue of the father of the modern Olympic movement, Pierre de Coubertin (pictured), was erected at the park. During the Olympics, it was also a medal presentation location in addition to regular exhibits and entertainment. It was also the site of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing during the games. After the Olympics, it was host to a weekly concert series and annual Fourth of July celebrations.
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