Interesting Facts & Attractions of Georgia

Interesting Facts & Attractions of Georgia

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3 Popular Attractions In Georgia

  • Rock City: Garden in Chattanooga.
  • Ohio Facts:

    • Atlanta has a rich history that it should be proud of! In 1837, Atlanta was founded at the intersection of two railroad lines, and the city rose from the ashes of the American Civil War to become a national center of commerce. Well done! Following the Civil Rights Movement, the city experienced an economic rebound and a booming arts movement. This earned it the moniker of “too busy to hate” in comparison to other parts of the Deep South. Atlanta has had a huge influence on the Southeastern US, becoming an international hub for transportation.
    • Atlanta's economy is pretty diverse. Some of the sectors that are dominant here include logistics, professional services, media operations and information technology Atlanta is a beautiful city with rolling hills and tree coverage. The Olympics in 1996 sparked a revitalization of Atlanta's neighborhoods as well as a change in the demographics.
    • Georgia’s population in 1776 was around 40,000.
    • Georgia became the first state to charter a state-supported university on January 27, 1785 when the University of Georgia was incorporated by an act of the General Assembly.
    Atlanta, Georgia
    City of Atlanta
    Equitable Building (Atlanta) Georgia-Pacific Tower Centennial Tower (Atlanta) 191 Peachtree Tower Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel Atlanta Marriott Marquis SunTrust Plaza Georgia Power Company Corporate Headquarters Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta) AT&T Midtown Center National Center for Civil and Human Rights World of Coca-Cola CNN Center Ebenezer Baptist Church Georgia State Capitol Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Krog Street Tunnel Swan House Piedmont Park GLG Grand 1100 Peachtree 1180 Peachtree Promenade II 1010 Midtown

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    Flag of Atlanta, Georgia

    Official seal of Atlanta, Georgia

    Nicknames:

    The City in a Forest,[1] ATL,[2] The A,[3] Hotlanta,[4] The Gate City,[5] Hollywood of the South[6]
    (See also Nicknames of Atlanta)
    Motto(s):

    Resurgens (Latin for Rising again, alluding to the myth of the phoenix bird)
    Map of Fulton County, Georgia, with Atlanta highlighted.

    Map of Fulton County, Georgia, with Atlanta highlighted.
    Atlanta, Georgia is located in Georgia

    Atlanta, Georgia
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Atlanta, Georgia is located in the United States

    Atlanta, Georgia
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Atlanta, Georgia is located in North America

    Atlanta, Georgia
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Coordinates:

    33°44′56″N 84°23′24″W / 33.74889°N 84.39000°W / 33.74889; -84.39000Coordinates: 33°44′56″N 84°23′24″W / 33.74889°N 84.39000°W / 33.74889; -84.39000

    Country United States
    State Georgia
    Counties Fulton, DeKalb
    Terminus 1837
    Marthasville 1843
    City of Atlanta December 29, 1847
    Government

    Mayor Andre Dickens (D)
    •Body Atlanta City Council
    Area

    State capital 136.31sqmi (353.04km2)
    •Land 135.32sqmi (350.48km2)
    •Water 0.99sqmi (2.57km2)
    Elevation

    738 to 1,050ft (225 to 320m)
    Population

    State capital 498,715
    •Rank 38th in the United States
    1st in Georgia
    •Density 3,685.45/sqmi (1,422.96/km2)
    Metro

    6,089,815 (9th)
    Demonym(s) Atlantan
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    30301–30322, 30324–30329, 30331–30334, 30336-30346, 30348-30350, 30353-30364, 30366, 30368-30371, 30374-30375, 30377-30378, 30380, 30384-30385, 30388, 30392, 30394, 30396, 30398, 31106-31107, 31119, 31126, 31131, 31136, 31139, 31141, 31145-31146, 31150, 31156, 31192-31193, 31195-31196, 39901
    Area codes 404/678/470/943/770
    FIPS code 13-04000[9]
    GNIS feature ID 0351615[10]
    Interstates I-20 (GA).svg I-75 (GA).svg I-85 (GA).svg I-285 (GA).svg
    Rapid transit Logo of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority.svg
    Major airport Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
    Website atlantaga.gov

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    Sweet things come in small packages and Georgia definitely is small but offers fathomless beauty. Beautifully placed between Europe and Asia, it has the best of both continents. Heritage sites, ancient cities, majestic mountains, picturesque towns, bounty nature, there’s a lot for tourists to catch up on in gorgeous Georgia.

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