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Topic - Louisiana Superdome
Louisiana Superdome (commonly known as The Superdome, Superdome, The Dome and New Orleans Superdome) is a large sports and exhibition arena , located in the Central Business District, of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Plans were drawn up in 1967 by the New Orleans modernist architectural firm of Curtis and Davis, the company also responsible for design of the main branch of the New Orleans Public Library (1956–58). - Source: Wikipedia
Saints right tackle Zach Strief recalls sadness consuming him when he saw the Superdome go dark during the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl turned into Blackout Sunday.
A Super Bowl week that had gone so smoothly for the Big Easy suddenly turned bizarre when everyone was watching.
It's hard to believe now that the Louisiana Superdome was once filled with water, mold and tens of thousands of evacuees escaping the flooded neighborhoods of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.