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The Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, Texas USA 2
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The San Antonio Municipal Auditorium contains 5,000seats and state-of-the-art theater facilities. Opened in 1926, it is dedicated to the memory of World War I veterans. On Jan. 6, 1979, a fire destroyed the roof and almost all the interior. It was completely restored in 1985.
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