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Titanic Quarter #5 - Odyssey Arena and Titanic Building
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From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odyssey_Arena

The Odyssey Arena is a large sports and entertainment centre situated in Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was jointly funded by the Millennium Commission, the Laganside Corporation, the DCAL, the Sheridan Group and the Sports Council for Northern Ireland. The Arena opened in 2000 with the Pavilion later opening in 2001. The Odyssey is quoted to have cost £120 million on completion. In 2011 The Odyssey Pavilion which was owned by The Sheridan Group went into administration, the building is now under control of KPMG until a new owner is found. Eventsec is the main security company for The Odyssey holding the contracts for The Arena & The Pavilion.

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