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Atlanta

Atlanta is the vanguard of the New South, with the charm and elegance of the Old. It's a city that balances southern traditions with sleek modernism, and southern hospitality with three skylines and the world’s busiest airport. It's a city that has been burnt to the ground and built back up; seen the horrors of war; felt the pain of droughts and floods; and given birth to Martin Luther King, Jr., the greatest figure of the civil rights movement. Atlanta is the capital of the state of Georgia and, according to many, the capital of the entire Southern United States.

27km

33.75003-84.39113

East Point

human settlement in Fulton County, Georgia, United States of America

36km

33.676111-84.451389

College Park (Georgia)

College Park is a city in Metro Atlanta.

37km

33.648333-84.456111

Marietta (Georgia)

Marietta is a city in Metro Atlanta.

45km

33.953333-84.540556

Austell

Austell is a city in Metro Atlanta.

54km

33.815833-84.636111

Kennesaw

Kennesaw is a city in Metro Atlanta.

56km

34.02-84.62

Dahlonega

Dahlonega is in Georgia's Historic High Country. It was the site of a major gold rush, claimed the first in the US by local citizens. Gold mining continues to be an important part of cultural identity of Dahlonega and several mines remain open as tourists attractions. It is also home to the University of North Georgia.

69km

34.533-83.983

Helen

city in White County, Georgia, United States

94km

34.702396-83.727508

Savannah

Savannah, the historic riverside birthplace of Georgia, was settled in 1733 by British colonists led by General James Oglethorpe and Colonel William Bull. In 1864, when General William Tecumseh Sherman and his Union Army marched in, the mayor of Savannah gave Sherman's men run of the city in exchange for leaving it untorched. As a result, Savannah is one of the few major cities in the South with antebellum charm and architecture remaining intact. Savannah has one of the largest historic districts in the country.

375km

32.08097-81.09077
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Stone Mountain

United States of America
Stone Mountain is in Metro Atlanta. The town is named for Stone Mountain, the largest exposed granite dome in North America, featuring the largest bas-relief sculpture in the world, of Confederate Civil War heroes Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.

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