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This garden cemetery, founded in 1850, is the final resting place of many Atlanta settlers, builders, and noted citizens.
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More than just a famed buril ground for Civil War soldiers-- its Atlanta's oldest public park, home to beautiful gardens, plenty of sculptures, giant oak trees and even an art gallery.
Great place to have a picnic. Do a tour if you can. they have events there as well.
A beautiful cemetary located within the city. Its history is very pretty interesting and the cemetary itself highlights the beauty and allure of the South.
One of the oldest and largest cemeteries in Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery is named for the numerous oak trees that can be found throughout the beautiful 6-acre space. Though it may seem strange, it is home to some beautiful gardens and a ton of Atlanta history. We recommend taking a stroll through and…
Beautiful old cemetery. A few famous people buried there. Great photography opportunity.
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“More about breakfast than coffee. It’s diner-like and very good. (15 min walk) ”
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“Victorian mansions, Zoo Atlanta, trails, and pubs, and plenty more things woth exploring!”
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“This is a busy breakfast and lunch spot just down the hill. Serves classic Southern fare in a super funky, artsy space. This place is an institution. On weekends, prepare to wait up to an hour to get a table - well worth it for the Comfy Chicken Biscuit and the live xylophone set on Sunday mornings.”
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“Industrial-chic cafe serves a variety of espresso beverages, light bites & cocktails at night.”
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