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Largest McDonald's Closes in Orlando

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    A McDonald's sign is shown at a McDonald's restaurant.

    The world's largest McDonald's fast-food restaurant closed in Orlando's tourist corridor, but it is being replaced by a new structure next door.

    The McDonald's near the intersection of International Drive and Sand Lake Road shut its doors last week.

    The restaurant designed like a french fries box opened in 1976 and it has been a fixture on International Drive, the roadway that cuts through the heart of Orlando's tourism corridor. The restaurant had a bowling alley, slides and video games.

    A new 19,000-square-foot McDonald's will open in February.

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