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Atlanta Demographics

The population of Atlanta is estimated at 537,598
There are 213,424 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $47,153
People who live in Atlanta use the area codes 404 and 707 (Find any phone number in Atlanta here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Atlanta

Jeff Foxworthy, Tyler Parry, Spike Lee, Ty Pennington, Julia Roberts, Chris Tucker, Robert Patrick, Holly Hunter, Ryan Seacrest, Steven Soderbergh, DeForest Kelley, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Trisha Yearwood, Gladys Knight, Usher, Otis Redding, Little Richard, Ted Turner, Hank Aaron, Brett Butler, Walt Frazier, John Heisman, Deion Sanders, Martin Luther King, Joe Scarborough, Jimmy Carter, Woodrow Wilson

Atlanta History - Important Notes

Coca-Cola was invented in Atlanta. In 1886 a man named John S. Pemberton invented the popular beverage and started selling it at a local pharmacy.

The city was largely destroyed during the Civil War, but was quickly rebuilt to become even larger and more modern.

Margaret Mitchell incorporated the history of Atlanta into her novel 'Gone With The Wind'.

People Searches in Atlanta

Things to do in Atlanta

See a local sports team, such as the
Atlanta Falcons (Football), Atlanta Hawks (Basketball) or Atlanta Thrashers (Hockey)
Swim on over to the Georgia Aquarium
Spend a day at the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Thrill to the rides at Six Flags Over Georgia
Take a trip through the
Learn about a former President at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
Experience the
Check out the history of a soft drink at

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Atlanta

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Business:

Atlanta Convention & Visitors
Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Turner Field
Georgia State University
Atlanta Falcons
Martin Luther King Jr Center
Woodruff Arts Center
Georgia Tech
Chief Vann House
Georgia State Capitol

Address:

233 Peachtree St Ne, Ste 1400, Atlanta, GA 30303
6000 North Terminal Pkwy, GA 30303
755 Hank Aaron Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
33 Gilmer St Se, #200, Atlanta GA 30303
1 Georgia Dome Drive Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
90 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
173 12th St Ne, Atlanta, GA 30309
225 North Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr Se, Atlanta, GA 30334
206-Washington Street, Atlanta, GA 30334

Phone Number:

404-521-6600
404-209-1700
404-249-6400
404-651-2150
404-223-8444
404-658-1149
404-733-4750
404-894-2000
404-656-3530
404-656-2846

About Atlanta

Georgia was once home to the Creek and Cherokee Native American tribes, but after they assisted the British during the War of 1812, American troops built strong forts to protect them from further attacks. This conflict led to the Creek War, which resulted in the United States purchasing the Georgia territory.

The capital city of Georgia was originally known as Marthasville, but it wasn't long before the name was changed to Atlanta. This new name was chosen because the city was built alongside the Western & Atlantic railway, and it had the distinction of being the last stop on the line.

Atlanta was officially incorporated as a city in 1837, and by 1868 it had become the fifth and final capital of Georgia. The city's large amount of open land and convenient railroad service helped win that distinction. Since then the city has grown tremendously and continued to be a hub of transportation for the entire state.

During the 1960's, Atlanta played a major part in the Civil Rights Movement. The city was home to Martin Luther King who was a key leader for this important cause. Over the last few decades the city has continued to grow and thrive as a center for arts, music and industry.