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The city of Atlanta is a site where many famous events have taken place, significant both historically and culturally. Atlanta is also well known for being the filming location of Gone with the Wind and is also where famous stars attended the Loew’s Grand Theatre gala. Featuring a wide range of attractions, great choices for dining and top shopping spots, Atlanta is a destination that’s right for just about every visitor.
Atlanta, the capital and largest city in Georgia, is a city of international influence. The metropolitan area of Atlanta is one of the fastest growing regions in the U.S. and the city of Atlanta itself is one of the fastest growing cities in the developed world. The area of Atlanta was founded on what was once home to Cherokee and Creek American Indians, and began as an American Indian Village called Standing Peachtree until it was sold to white settlers in 1822. The name has survived all these years, as Peachtree is one of the most popular and well-known areas in Atlanta today.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention was founded in Atlanta, and in the 1960’s it was the major organizing center for the Civil Rights Movement. This is where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lived and became famous for his important role in the change of racial attitudes in the nation.
Atlanta is known for being home to the world’s largest aquarium, namely the Georgia Aquarium. It also includes the World of Coca-Cola which features the history of this world-famous soft drink as well as tasting area for all the different coke products from around the world.
You’ll discover many wonderful attractions in Atlanta, from family friendly spots like museums, zoos and parks to thrilling adult activities like skydiving and outdoor hiking in the park.
Come take pleasure in all that Atlanta has to offer, and go home with great memories and exceptional souvenirs as a token reminder of your trip.