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1. Located in West End, Atlanta's oldest neighboorhood, the home of Joel Chandler Harris, the creator of the Uncle Remus stories is now a museum. What is his home called?
2. Located on historic Auburn Avenue, this memorial to America's principal spokesman for racial equality is only a block from the house he was born in. Who was he?
3. This museum, on Peachtree Street, houses Atlanta's best collection of fine art. What is it called?
4. Located at Peachtree-Dekalb Airport, just north of Atlanta, this restaurant is housed in a "bombed out" French villa and houses volumes of WWII memorabilia. What is it called?
5. Located just north of Atlanta, this area was the site of the last battle between Union forces under General Sherman and Confederate forces under General Johnston before Johnston retreated to Atlanta. What is it called?
6. This park, located just east of downtown Atlanta, is built around the world's largest exposed mass of granite. It features golf (a good course), historic attractions, and recreation areas. What is it called?
7. Located one mile from the center of town, this 88 acre cemetery is Atlanta's oldest burial ground. What is it called?
8. What'll ya have? This popular eating spot, located right by Georgia Tech, claims to serve more Coca-Cola than any other place in the world. What is its name?
9. Located downtown, this studio center is the headquarters of one of the first world-wide cable news operations. What network is it?
10. This club, located on Highland Avenue, has been called the closest thing to a Mississippi juke joint this side of Alabama. Dimly lit and smokey, the Blues are played here six nights a week. What is it called?
11. Located in Grant Park near Zoo Atlanta, this is a huge circular painting depicting the Civil War Battle of Atlanta. What is it called?
12. This eatery, located at the corner of Highland and North Avenues, has a wild boar painted on the side of the building declaring that it has served up ale and burgers since 1956. What is it called?
13. Near the intown neighborhood of Virginia-Highland, this attraction has a museum, science center, planetarium, and IMAX theater. It is dedicated to providing visitors with insight into the natural history of Atlanta and Georgia. What is it called?
14. Wonderful stained glass windows add to the formal atmosphere in this church-turned-restaurant on Ponce de Leon Avenue. What is this Atlanta landmark called?
15. Located on Freedom Parkway, this center houses the presidential library of Georgia's only U.S. President. Who was he?
16. Originally the Excelsior Paper Mill, this Midtown club has three levels and is a major venue for alternative and punk music. What is it called?
17. This restaurant began as a deli in 1922 and has remained a local draw ever since. Located in the city's eclectic Virginia-Highland neighborhood, what is it called?
18. This exotic Moorish/Egyptian styled movie house, located right on Peachtree Street, was saved from the wrecking ball by concerned citizens of Atlanta. They didn't want to see another historic landmark bite the dust. What is it called?
19. Located right next to Underground Atlanta, this pavilion pays homage to the world's most popular soft drink. What is that drink?
20. At this Atlanta institution, more than 50 years old now, you place your order by picking up a pencil and filling out your order form. What is the name of this Ponce de Leon Avenue restaurant?
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