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About Atlanta GA

The hip and vibrant city of Atlanta is the capital and largest city in Georgia as well as the ninth largest metropolitan area in the country. Though the area was occupied for decades and perhaps centuries earlier, the city was incorporated in 1847 – nestled at the foot of the Appalachian mountains in the northwest portion of the state.

The city and the surrounding metropolitan area is a leading economic, cultural, and transportation center in the southeast region and the entire nation. Atlanta’s GDP surpasses many entire countries and has been home to the busiest passenger traffic airport in the world for over twenty years.

Within the metropolitan area, cities such as Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Marietta, Dunwoody, and others each add unique character and charm to the region. Atlanta is home to many universities including campuses of the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Emory University, Morehouse College, numerous medical and law schools, and the renowned Savannah College of Art.

The city is also home to a thriving professional sports industry. The NFL Atlanta Falcons, the NBA Atlanta Hawks, and the MLB Atlanta Braves, as well as the MLS Atlanta United FC all call the city home. Atlanta has played host to National Championships in a variety of college sports as well as the 1996 Summer Olympics, the Super Bowl, and PGA Championship among many others.

The climate and abundance of natural spaces, parks, and tree-lined streets help make Atlanta a thriving outdoor sports area of the country. Running is a very popular individual sport in the region as is hiking and bicycling. While hot and humid in the summer, Atlanta enjoys good weather year round with pleasant temperatures.

Atlanta is known as the “city within a forest” as trees cover almost 50% of the city. With this large amount of coverage, temperatures are lowered and clean air replenished along with providing seasonal beauty and interest. Over 60% of residents live within a few blocks of a park and the city is home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden as well as the Beltline, a 22 mile long greenway made up of walking trails, parks, art, and entertainment or recreational spots.

Atlanta enjoys a climate of social consciousness due to the influence of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, the Center for Civil & Human Rights, and the world renowned Carter Center and Presidential Library. And not to be left behind, the city boasts some of the nation’s top restaurants and nightspots as a part of its rich food and beverage history led by Coca-Cola, originally formulated in the city in the late 1800’s.