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Sightseeing in Atlanta

Historic Site
“See and learn some history of one of Atlanta's prominent families. Take a tour. Buy some gifts. Eat along the historic strip. Also visit the church and museum located on the same street.”
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“Gorgeous place to walk and take pictures. There are events throughout the year - and especially during Halloween - at the Cemetery. There are some of Atlanta's notable residents buried there such as Margaret Mitchell and Bobby Jones. ”
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“If you are an American football fan, then you simply can’t miss this place! The College Football Hall of Fame is an interactive museum dedicated to college football, its players and coaches.”
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History Museum
“This is where former president Jimmy Carter continues to work to change our world for the better, also the home of his presidential library.”
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Moving Target
“Gift shop & affiliated tour company focusing on films made in Atlanta, including zombie flicks.”
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Historic Site
“The Swan House was built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman in Atlanta, Georgia. The Inmans had accumulated wealth from cotton brokerage and investments in transportation, banking and real estate”
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Monument / Landmark
“Nearby Museum with one of the oldest copies of with pages from the Book of John. ”
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Historic Site
“This is a local area to check out that has tons of great restaurants and shops. There is a little something for everyone and its close!”
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Tourist Information Center
“Our intown walking and transit trail. We highly recommend exploring some of the restaurants, cafes, and parks directly off the trail. ”
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Monument / Landmark
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Monument / Landmark
“Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career home run record -- which had stood for nearly 40 years -- on April 8, 1974, at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium, when he hit his 715th home run. The stadium was torn down in 1995, but the section of outfield fence that the ball flew over was left standing. It currently stands in the middle of a parking lot that will soon be a construction site.”
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