The capital of the U.S. state of Georgia is rich in November 2005, at a great attraction. The new Georgia Aquarium is 37,000 square meters and 19 million liters of water is one of the largest aquariums in the world and home to about 50,000 animals.
The 200 million dollar investment also impressed by its design in the form of Noah’s ark. Close proximity to other attractions, such as the Olympic Park in 1996, the CNN studios and the Philips Arena is the new jewel of Atlanta’s impossible to miss.
The planners calculate an annual attendance of more than 2 million. In order to operate environmentally friendly, recycled aquarium water resources the whole hour without a day to consume more water than a supermarket.
The site for the new aquarium was donated by the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Corporation, the other big plans. In the same area in 2006 creates a new World of Coke – Museum. The opening is the 120th time Birthday of the most popular soft drink provided.
Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport by the – the largest airport in the world – the gateway to the southern United States. From here it is barely an hour’s drive in the mountains of Georgia. They form the southern foothills of the Appalachian mountain range, a breathtaking landscape with many forests, lakes and waterfalls. A special highlight: the gold rush town of Dahlonega visits a gold mine and pan for gold.
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