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Atlanta's mild winters, hot, humid summers, and temperate spring and fall, are enjoyed by 420 000 people in Atlanta and over five million people in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

Atlanta is considered an “alpha-world city,� or global city, by the World Cities Studies Group at the Loughborough University. This title is due to Atlanta's political, cultural, and infrastructural characteristics and because Atlanta plays a significant role in the global economic system.

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Atlanta Land, Villas, Lofts & Homes

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In Atlanta, residents have a wide variety of housing options.  From villas and lofts, to estate homes and acreages, there are housing options to suit nearly everyone's taste and budget.

With many cultural centers, educational institutions, parks, and beaches, Atlanta is an exciting and interesting city that millions of residents enjoy calling home.

Atlanta Beaches & Parks

Atlanta has several attractive beaches. Lake Lanier and Allatoona Lake are prime windsurfing locations. Another popular Atlanta beach is Bikini Beach.

cennential_park_atlanta_375In Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, both residents and visitors enjoy river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and picnics in the gorgeous river valley.

For free, unforgettable community events, millions of people visit Centennial Olympic Park. This 21 acre park is the largest downtown park in the country. Within the park, the Fountain of Rings is a computerized fountain that has incredible displays such as water curtains, fog, and misting. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the park protects green space and promotes active lifestyles.

Atlanta Community

The Atlantan community takes great pride in the variety of cultural and educational experiences offered to residents and visitors of Atlanta.

The King Center is home to the largest collection of materials about Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. and the American Civil Rights Movement in the world. These materials include Dr Martin Luther King's personal papers, the papers of his organization, records from other major civil rights organizations, and a substantial collection of oral history interviews.

Across the street from the Centennial Olympic Park, is Georgia Aquarium. With galleries, events, programs, and over sixty exhibits, Georgia Aquarium opened in 2005 as the largest aquarium in the world. Today it continues to be a leader in animal research and conservation. Also promoting animal conservation and research, is Zoo Atlanta.

Other interesting attractions and parks within Atlanta include: Stone Mountain Park, Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta, Piedmont Park, CNN Studio Tour, Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum, and SciTech-Georgia's Technology Adventure.

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