On Washington Street at Capitol Square you can visit Georgia's State Capitol, the Georgia Hall of Fame and the Hall of Flags. One of the city's most famous residents is buried in Ebenezer Baptist Church: the American civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Martin Luther King. In Grant Park you can visit the Atlanta Zoo and the restored Confederate Fort Walker and view the 123 m painting of the Battle of Atlanta. The 5 m long whale sharks are the main attraction at the Georgia Aquarium. They live in a pool of 30,000 m3 saltwater.
Just 24 km east of Atlanta is Stone Mountain. Three likenesses of the Confederate heroes Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and "Stonewall" Jackson have been chiseled into the granite cliffs. In the former mining town of Dahlonega you can pan for gold yourself. The historical village of Madison survived the Civil War intact. The nearby Pine Mountains region is known for the Callaway Gardens and the Little White House of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Warm Springs.
Name: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
Location: approx. 20 km south of Atlanta
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