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The 491' TWELVE is one of the tallest residential luxury skyscrapers in Atlanta..
The 491' TWELVE is one of the tallest residential luxury skyscrapers in Atlanta.
400 West Peachtree St NW. Atlanta, GA 30308
Baltimore Block is a series of 8 three-storey rowhouses in SoNo dating back to 1885
The 265 metre tall postmodern SunTrust Plaza is the 2nd tallest building in Atlanta
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta has an atrium elevator that leads to the Polaris, a round structure that has a blue glass dome
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum that traces the history of the civil rights movement in the United States and how it connects to the broader global human rights movements of the present day
They tout themselves as 'a place out of time' which only begins to describe the atmosphere at the Shakespeare Tavern
A tall round glass building and an architectural symbol of the Downtown skyline
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta creates environments and activities where young children experience the power of imagination and the pure delight of learning with each other and with grown-ups
The Andrew Young Statue, designed by sculptor John Paul Harris, on the corner of Andrew Young International Boulevard and Spring Street, commemorates the life of politician, activist and pastor Andrew Young
The 312 metre high Art Deco Bank of America Plaza is the tallest building in Georgia
The museum is largely dedicated to the advertising history of Coca Cola