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The Inman Park - Moreland Historic District has period homes from the turn of the 20th century in a variety of architectural styles including Colonial Revival, Beaux Arts, American Foursquare, Bungalow/ Craftsmen, and Commercial..
The Inman Park - Moreland Historic District has period homes from the turn of the 20th century in a variety of architectural styles including Colonial Revival, Beaux Arts, American Foursquare, Bungalow/ Craftsmen, and Commercial.
Little Five Points is known as the Bohemian center of the southern United States, with a distinct alternative culture
The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum displays documents, photographs, videos and other historical memorabilia relating to the Carter administration as well as the President's life and political career, including his Nobel Peace Prize of 2002
Freedom Park, a park located in the center of Freedom Parkway, includes the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and the Carter Center
Reynoldstown is a historic district that was one of the earliest African-American neighborhoods which developed in Atlanta after the Civil War
Inman Park was Atlanta's first planned suburb, lined with interesting period houses in various architectural styles ranging from Victorian, Italianate and Romanesque Revival to Beaux Arts and Arts & Crafts Revival
Clermont Lounge is the oldest operational stripclub in Atlanta
The Masquerade is a concert and live music venue on the site of the former Dupre Excelsior Mill from the turn of the century
Once a site for the production of Model Ts, the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant building today houses apartments and retail units