There are four seasons in Atlanta: long, hot summers in the 80s F and 90s F, winters that range from the 40s through the 60s, and a more mild spring and autumn. Atlanta’s driest months are September and October. This beautiful city receives lots of rain, but only the occasional snowfall.
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Indulge in southern hospitality at this just minutes away from family-friendly activities, attractions and the city center.
The renowned civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., was born Michael King in Atlanta on January 15, 1929.
Atlanta has been called the City of Love, A-Town, Dogwood City, The Big Peach and most recently, Hollywood of the South, due to its booming film industry.
In the springtime, when the dogwoods are in full bloom, Piedmont Park in Atlanta comes alive at the Dogwood Festival, a family-friendly crafts and music festival that has been a tradition since 1936.
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