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Bye, bye old Georgia archives building

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ATLANTA, GA - Atlanta said goodbye to another building as it was imploded at 7:00 a.m. Sunday.

The old Georgia archives building, also known as the "white ice cube", is no more.

11Alive watched as the entire building crumbled into rubble. See the video in the player above. 

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