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Atlanta Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and its largest city, and the largest metropolitan area in the American South. The Coca-Cola Co. (Pepsi is blasphemy), Delta Airlines, CNN, and the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) have headquarters here. Turner Broadcasting is also based there. Atlanta can roughly be divided to areas within and outside the Perimeter (Interstate 285), a beltway highway that is known for insane traffic. Atlanta has at least seventeen streets named with variations on Peachtree * . The city hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, in which East African marathon runners collapsed with heatstroke. The city infamously listed Olive Garden as the best Italian restaurant in the city in the guidebooks for said Olympic Games. Right by Centennial Park is the Georgia Aquarium, the world's largest indoor one. Hometown of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. and was nicknamed "the city too busy to hate." It also prides itself on being the epitome of the "New South," with modern architecture and industry. Atlanta can be used as a "But Not Too Southern" setting, a good choice for artists who
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