Satellite Images Show Levi’s Stadium Go from Empty Land to Super Bowl Host

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Leading up to Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, Google has released satellite images of Levi’s Stadium.

They start in 1993, when the land was empty – and go all the way to this week.

Levi’s Stadium broke ground on April 19, 2012 and finally opened July 17, 2014. It’s estimated that the stadium cost around $2 billion to build.

It will host Super Bowl 50 this Sunday.