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The monuments of Atlanta

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Visiter Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain

Incontournable

This massive and isolated mountain of granite, which stands at a height of 250 m above the surrounding plain, is ...

Visiter Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell House

House

Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) and her second husband, John Marsh, lived on the ground floor of this rental house from...

Visiter Atlanta History Center

Atlanta History Center

Museum

The Atlanta History Center was established in 1926; it sits on a large 13-acre lot with gardens and historic houses,...

Visiter The Tullie Smith House

The Tullie Smith House

House

It is a farmhouse built around 1840 by Robert Smith: it is a typical example of a house built by peasants that...

Visiter The Swan House-Museum

The Swan House-Museum

Museum

: The Swan House was built in 1928 for the couple Inman, on the drawings of the renowned architect, Philip Trammell...

Visiter Martin Luther King National Historical Park Jr.

Martin Luther King National Historical Park Jr.

Park

This park contains several buildings, including King's Birthplace, Ebenezer Baptist Church where King was baptized,...

Visiter Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park

Park

This 76-hectare tract originally belonged to one person who had his country house there; in 1897 he sold it to an...

Visiter Aquarium

Aquarium

Aquarium

This magnificent aquarium, opened in 2005, is, in size, the second in the world after that of Singapore;...

Visiter High Museum of Arts

High Museum of Arts

Museum

This museum was founded in 1905 by the Atlanta Art Association and in 1926, the High family gave their home to host the...

Visiter The zoo

The zoo

Zoo

It was founded in 1889, when a businessman bought a bankrupt circus and gave the animals to the city. The zoo took ...

Visiter Michael C. Carlos Museum

Michael C. Carlos Museum

Museum

This museum has a very important collection of objects (16000) from Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, Africa and...

Visiter Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Garden

Before 1985 there was already an underdeveloped botanical garden, where exhibitions of flowers and objets d'...

Visiter Georgia State Capitol

Georgia State Capitol

Museum

This building houses the offices of the Government of Georgia, including those of the governor, the vice governor and...

Visiter Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Museum

This museum was created in the community of Fernbank at the instigation of Emily Harrison, passionate about nature;...

Visiter Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park

Park

This park was built for the summer 2016 Olympic Games, on wastelands abandoned or destroyed by the industry....

Visiter Millennium Gate Museum

Millennium Gate Museum

Museum

This impressive triumphal arch, nearly 27 m high, was inaugurated in 2008; it is located in the new Atlantic Station...

Visiter Center for Pupettry Art

Center for Pupettry Art

Theater

This puppet theater is the largest in the United States; It manages 3 activities: show, education, museum....

Visiter Delta Flight Museum

Delta Flight Museum

Museum

The museum is housed in former aircraft maintenance hangars, used from 1940 to 1960; it has been open to the public...

Visiter Fernbank Science Center

Fernbank Science Center

Museum

This museum opened in 1967 belongs to the University of Dekalb County, which uses it for its students....

Visiter Herndon Home

Herndon Home

House

This historic mansion was owned by Alonzo Franklin Herndon (1858-1927), a slave born, released after the Civil War, who...

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