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SunTrust Park

“Home of the Braves” is a slogan most Georgians know by heart. Although Turner Field is best known as the home ballpark for the Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball team, it was originally constructed and used as the Centennial Olympic Stadium in the 1996 Olympic Games. It was converted to its current use the next year.

Turner Field, with its 49,000 seats, boasts state-of-the-art technology and high-class entertainment for visiting fans. There are 500 television monitors throughout the field, ensuring that fans catch every play, no matter where they are. The team’s catchy chant, the “tomahawk chop” is assisted by a 27-foot-long neon tomahawk situated over one of the large video boards. The Atlanta Braves announced plans in 2013 to move to a new stadium north of Turner Field by 2017, so while the stadium's past is ingrained in the minds of Atlanta fans, its future is undecided.