An old nickname for Knoxville for its former prominence in the textile industry. At one point Knoxville had 20 textile mills, but they started to close in the 1950's.
The intersection of N Broad St, Warren St, Brunswick Ave, Pennington Ave, and Princeton Ave; site of the "Battle Monument", 150 foot-tall monument marking the site where George Washington's army launched the historic Battle of Trenton that happpened during the Revolutionary War.
Nickname for Atlanta that comes from the generally sticky-hot weather in the city.
Some refer to CR as the City of Five Smells since the odor from various grain & food processing plants (Quaker Oats, Cargill, Ralston Foods, etc.) can be detected depending on the day & wind direction. See also: "The City of Five Seasons".
Stretch of Peachtree Rd in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta that is marked by the presence of a number of large churches built close together.