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1. Atlanta Georgia Temple: One of the first Mormon Temples in the Southeastern United States.  
2. Atlanta Marriott Marquis: Nicknamed "the pregnant building" because of the bulging base. The Atlanta Marriott Marquis is one of the tallest ...  
3. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Atlanta: Largest temple in the BAPS sect outside of India.  
4. Candler Building: Originally the tallest building in Atlanta. It now is part of the National Register of Historic Places.  
5. Donna and Marvin Schwarz Center for Performing Arts: Performing arts facility on the campus of Emory University in Atlanta, GA.  
6. Georgia Governer's Mansion: Official home of the United States Governor of Georgia.  
7. Georgia Institute of Technology Historic District: One of the buildings that was a part of the original campus.  
8. Georgia-Pacific Tower: Skyscraper that houses many businesses such as: Owings and Merrill LLP, Georgia-Pacific, and Skidmore.  
9. Healey Building: Building built during the beginning of the 20th century. The upper floors have been remodeled into condominiums.  
10. Joel Chandler Harris House: Also known as "The Wren's Nest." Home of Joel Chandler Harris, and became a national landmark in 1962.  
11. Kessler Campanile: 8 Story campenile located on the center of Georgia Tech's campus. Holds the College of Engineering and Computing.  
12. Klaus Advanced Computing Building: Academic building on Georgia Tech's campus.  
13. Midtown Mitchell House & Museum: Home and museum of famous author Margaret Mitchell.  
14. Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Administration Building: Oldest building on the Georgia Tech campus. Also known as the Tech Tower.  
15. Ellis Hotel: Formerly Winecoff Hotel, the Ellis Hotel is in downtown Atlanta.  
 
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