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Hosts both a permanent collection and temporary exhibitions with a focus on artists from the state of Georgia..
Hosts both a permanent collection and temporary exhibitions with a focus on artists from the state of Georgia.
75 Bennett Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA, United States
Also known as 3344 Peachtree, a mixed used development
Brookwood Hills is a historic neighborhood built on the Battlefield of Peachtree Creek, which was one of the sites of the Atlanta Campaign during the American Civil War
Replica of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris
The District is the shopping plaza surrounding Dillards, and also includes chain stores such as DSW, City Sports, Express, and Old Navy, as well as nani Sensorium
The Temple is a Neo-Classical building that is home to Atlanta's oldest Jewish congregation established in 1867
Through its exhibitions, publications, and resources, the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum of the Atlanta Jewish Federation explores Jewish heritage in general and as it relates to other cultures and religions
The Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest organization in North America dedicated to the art of puppetry
The Atlanta Symphony Hall in the Woodruff Arts Center is home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra