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      Georgia PowerJuly 12, 2013
      Office
      • Atlanta, United States

      On March 10th 1993, Georgia was slammed by a rare blizzard. Georgia residents had over 3 feet of snow and more than a half million Georgia Power customers didn’t have electricity.

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      Atlantic StationJuly 12, 2013
      Mall
      • Atlanta, United States

      This was the former site of the Atlantic Steel Mill. It produced everything steel including nails, barbed wire, and plough shears in the 1920s to the 1980s.

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      Georgian Terrace HotelJuly 12, 2013
      Hotel
      • Atlanta, United States

      In 1918, this is where world renown dance instructor Arthur Murray taught dance to more than 1,000 students.

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      Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)July 12, 2013
      Airport
      • Atlanta, United States

      This is Delta’s largest hub, with more than 1,000 peak-day departures to 216 destinations worldwide.

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      Georgia Governor's MansionJuly 12, 2013
      Government
      • Atlanta, United States

      In 1975, a tornado came through the area, killing three and destroying 50 million dollars in damage.

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      Atlanta Biltmore HotelJuly 12, 2013
      Hotel
      • Atlanta, United States

      For over thirty years, WSB broadcasted from here! The station had it’s own radio tower on the roof.

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      North Avenue Dining HallJuly 12, 2013
      Cafeteria
      • Atlanta, United States

      In 1981, 17 people were arrested and charged for importing marijuana to the former ‘Tech Motel.’ The group was believed to have smuggled up to 100 tons of marijuana into the country.

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      Atlanta Memorial ParkJuly 12, 2013
      Park
      • Atlanta, United States

      This is where the bloody Civil War battle of Peachtree Creek took place back in July 1864.

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      Oglethorpe UniversityJuly 12, 2013
      College & Education
      • Brookhaven, United States

      This campus lost a student, Erik Downes, while he was studying abroad over seas. He was caught in a rip tide while swimming with friends.

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      The Westin Peachtree PlazaJuly 12, 2013
      Hotel
      • Atlanta, United States

      There was once a historic governor’s mansion here. More than 10 GA governors lived in the mansion before it was relocated.

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      Hilton AtlantaJuly 12, 2013
      Hotel
      • Atlanta, United States

      This is where the Atlanta Brewing and Ice Co. once operated . The hotel was built in 1955.

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      Manuel's TavernJuly 12, 2013
      Bar
      • Atlanta, United States

      This is where Jimmy Carter first announced that he would run for GA governor in 1970.

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      The Woodruff Arts CenterJuly 12, 2013
      Performing Arts
      • Atlanta, United States

      Atlanta Art Association members and relatives died in a plane crash in Paris. Richard Rich fundraised to build the Atlanta Memorial Arts Center, now the Woodruff Arts Center, in their memory.

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      Octane CoffeeJuly 12, 2013
      Coffee Shop
      • Atlanta, United States

      Once a month, this place holds a “LatArt” competition. Trained baristas can enter to create a breakthrough masterpiece.

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      Atlanta Food Truck Park & MarketJuly 12, 2013
      Food Truck
      • Atlanta, United States

      Food Trucks used to be banned in Atlanta due to violent ice cream truck workers. Today it attracts thousands of people a day and houses at least 80 different food trucks!

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      StarbucksJuly 12, 2013
      Coffee Shop
      • Atlanta, United States

      This was the location of Stephen Spruill’s log cabin. Spruill owned over 1,000 acres in DeKalb and Fulton County. Remains of the chimney can be found here.

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      The TempleJuly 12, 2013
      Temple
      • Atlanta, United States

      This synagogue was bombed and no one was ever convicted in the case. This was depicted in the movie “Driving Miss Daisy.”

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      Zoo AtlantaJuly 12, 2013
      Zoo
      • Atlanta, United States

      This is where the Battle of Atlanta took place during the Civil War on July 22, 1864.

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      Buckhead DinerJuly 12, 2013
      Diner
      • Atlanta, United States

      In 1990, their chefs were featured on ‘Live With Regis and Kathie Lee.’

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      Piedmont ParkJuly 12, 2013
      Park
      • Atlanta, United States

      Atlanta’s first ever pro baseball team- the Atlanta Crackers, played here back in 1902.

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