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The 80 feet tall stainless steel Kessler Campanile on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology was originally constructed for the 1996 Olympic Games.
The 80 feet tall stainless steel Kessler Campanile on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology was originally constructed for the 1996 Olympic Games. It has a fountain pool at its base, and is in the GT amphitheater.
Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, United States
Visit the Georgia Tech campus to watch the Yellow Jackets play a football or basketball game, attend a robotics competition, or check out the latest showing at the Ferst Center of the Arts
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