It’s been a while since I went on a great travel month back in 2015 and one of the stops on my list was Atlanta. I have to admit that I didn’t see too much of the city because my friend and I were really busy doing as much of the touristy stuff as possible, since the city really offers a lot of it, and we stayed a little outside of the city. However, we definitely had lots of fun with all the activities that are offered. Here are some pictures I took from places like the Fernbank Museum of National History, the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Headquarters, Centennial Olympic Park, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and a lot of sights connected to the great Martin Luther King Jr. which were the reason why I wanted to visit Atlanta in the first place. It was amazing to see his childhood home, to visit his grave, to see so many places connected to him and just to honor his legacy. If you ever get the chance, please go and visit. For now, I hope you enjoy my pictures.
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