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Georgia State Capitol

206 Capitol Avenue Southwest, Atlanta, GA 30334, USA

In 1864, Federal troops encamped on the grounds of Atlanta City Hall. Today's Georgia capitol stands on this site. The dome of the classical Renaissance building is topped with native gold. Statues of Civil War governors and other historic figures, as well as United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) historic markers, are located on the grounds. Capitol museum collections include Confederate-era flags, portraits, and statuary.


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From the south take I-75/I-85 north; take exit 245 (Capitol Avenue). Continue through stop sign. At first light turn left onto Capitol Avenue. Capitol is 1 mile on the left. From the north take I-75/I-85 south; take exit 248A (Martin Luther King Jr. Drive). Capitol is on the left.

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Monday-Friday: 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.



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