Walk by the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, designed by prolific Los Angeles architects John and Donald B. Parkinson. The Coliseum has been home of the 1932 and 1984 Olympics, 1959 World Series, and the First and Seventh Super Bowls, as well as international soccer competitions and USC Trojan football. Today, the Coliseum is the home of USC football, family events, international soccer competitions, concerts and special events. View the Olympic Gateway at the ceremonial east entrance to the Coliseum created by world famous sculptor Robert Graham as a tribute to the 1984 Olympic Games. Composed of two bronze piers, supporting headless nude male and female figures, the sculpture is a celebration of the history of the Olympic Games in Los Angeles and around the world.
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