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    Welcome to Atlanta!

    Different places/things we love about the ATL


    Welcome to Atlanta!

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    "The Big Chicken" is a major landmark near campus.

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    Atlanta has been home to some pretty amazing people.

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    Piedmont Park is a large park in the middle of the city. It's beautiful, and also hosts all kinds of concerts, festivals, summertime movies, and interesting people-watching!

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    Stone Mountain is surrounded by a huge park that hosts all kinds of fun activities, concerts, and festivals.

    Solid As A Rock

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    The Atlanta Beltline: A 22-mile loop of transit, trails, and green space following a old railroad track, which circles the city's urban core and connects 45 neighborhoods. Still under construction, but the parts that are already open are beautiful and fun!

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    Atlanta is full of fun spots for great food! Both grocery items and bakeries/cafes/restaurants.

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    Atlanta's not just a huge urban center. It has tons of fun neighborhoods tucked away inside the ciy with cool things like this going on!

    Morningside Farmers Market

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    If you have kids (or even if you don't!), Zoo Atlanta is a really fun spot!

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    The Chattahoochee River flows through the majority of our beautiful state, providing fresh drinking water & abundant opportunities for water sports & nature escapes.

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    Within a short drive of the urban jungle exists an adventurer's playground; whether you hike, fish, camp, hunt, bike, hang glide, etc, or simply want to practice your survival skills, the NGA mountains offer it all.

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    Did we mention Atlanta is only 90min from the North GA mountains and the Appalachian Trail?

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    The Georgia Dome, home of the Atlanta Falcons and host of the Chick Fil A Bowl, SEC Championship games, concerts, the 2000 Super Bowl, and many other events.

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    Turner Field, the Home of the Braves!

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    Beautiful shot of the aquarium at night; it's right off Centennial Olympic Park along with the CNN Center, World of Coke, and a wealth of restaurants.

    Heery International - Home

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    Inside the Georgia Aquarium, the largest in the world.

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    Inside the World of Coke; a must see for any one who lives in or passes through Atlanta!

    Keeping Cool With Kids in Atlanta

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    Another beautiful shot by the same photographer of the downtown skyline

    Flickriver: AW | Photography's most interesting photos

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    Beautiful shot of Centennial Olympic Park at night, site of the 1996 Olympic Games.

    Flickriver: AW | Photography's most interesting photos

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    Beautiful shot of midtown in the foreground and downtown in the background.

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    Neat shot of Woodruff Park, one of the many green spaces downtown where Atlantans enjoy hanging out on their lunch break.

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    This gives you an idea how much the city has grown since the 1960s; notice how much the Capital stood out then, whereas now it's engulfed by skyscrapers.

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    Great shot of downtown overlooking the Connector, one of the busiest roads in all of America!

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    All within a short drive of the beautiful...

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    ...bustling...

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    ...city of Atlanta.

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