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ATL Landmarks

Atlanta Landmarks

Monument

Elberton's granite monument two hours outside of Atlanta is the closest thing Georgia has to Stonehenge. Built in 1980 by a man (or group of men) know... | more...

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Tourist Attractions

The house where much of Gone with the Wind was written beckons to tourists and native Atlantans alike who want to understand more about the author of ... | more...

Historical Place

This strip of destinations along Auburn Avenue provides a variety of ways to learn about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy. At the bir... | more...

Cemetery

By far the city's largest, this sprawling cemetery dates back to 1884 and contains tombs for such notables as Joel Chandler Harris, Henry Grady, and C... | more...

Cemetery

The 58-acre cemetery located just off Decatur's town square is the oldest known publicly owned burial ground in metro Atlanta. With more than 20,000 g... | more...

Cemetery

Atlanta's most historic and picturesque cemetery holds the remains of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, once-enslaved individuals, and nearly 7,000 Conf... | more...

Cemetery

Located on 23 acres, the national cemetery was established in 1866 to provide a resting place for more than 10,000 Union soldiers killed during Sherma... | more...

Landmarks Past

Night Club

What once was ground zero for the dance-till-dawn queer crowd was Atlanta's party melting pot before it closed in 2004. Charlie Brown's X-Rated Cabare... | more...

Night Club

Richard's is an Atlanta club that was big in the 1970s. Iggy and the Stooges (forerunner to Iggy Pop) played a 1973 show at this Midtown club that peo... | more...


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