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This 21-feet bronze and marble statue depicts a woman being lifted from flames by a phoenix in flight and is allegorical in nature, symbolizing Atlanta’s rebirth after a devastating fire during the Civil War in 1864.

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Tribute
July 292016

In the northwest corner of the Centennial Olympic Park, this fan-shaped, eight ton sculpture was commissioned for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the modern games.

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This statue represents the moment the Angel of Peace – with an olive branch in her left hand – appears before a Confederate soldier preparing to fire his gun. The Angel has come to proclaim peace between North and South.

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Woodrow Wilson Garden
July 272016

The stone reads, “The Elm and Crepe Myrtle trees in this park and on these thoroughfares were planted and dedicated by The Atlanta Woman’s Club as a Living Memorial to our great statesman Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, March 4, 1913 – March 4, 1921, Commander In Chief of his country during the Great World War. Advocate of permanent world peace through a League of Nations based upon the brotherhood of mankind.

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The International Peace Fountain unifies the park with an exuberant water display that commemorates Atlanta’s pivotal role in the world wide human and civil rights movement. Woodruff Park celebrates a revitalized downtown with an elegant and sophisticated design that has dynamic pedestrian spaces to accommodate Atlanta’s major events. Built prior to Olympics in 1995, The International Peace Fountain commemorates Atlanta’s pivotal role in the Civil Rights movement. A geyser fountain and waterfall make a dramatic focus for the park, and a memorable gateway to Auburn Avenue and the M.L. King, Jr. National Park site. Olympic planners envisioned Woodruff Park as a strategic open space in downtown Atlanta for the Centennial Olympics in 1996. The fountain commemorates Atlanta’s unique energy and culture, and her legacy for the twentieth

Artist: Nimrod Long and Associates http://www.nimrodlong.com/proj_woodruff.htm


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The Angel Falls

The Angel Falls

Description

July 252016

Angel Falls in Canaima National Park, Venezuela, is the tallest waterfall in the world! It drops almost one kilometer from its table-top mountain “tepui”.

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Monument Valley
July 242016

Monument Valley is a sacred valley of the Navajo Nation. It is located in Utah, and is a Navajo Tribal Park.

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Oakhurst Harmony Park
October 302015

nitially the park was created by private citizens who wanted to honor MLK to have a place for conversation, but using the King family name was going to cost money and getting approval caused many delays, so the community called for something else.

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The Peace Tree
October 302015

The Peace Tree is a bronze statue by Gia Japaridae, an artist from the Republic of Georgia. Tbilisi, Georgia is one of Atlanta’s Sister Cities …

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Hunter Park
October 302015

When the children of the Republic of Georgia were visiting Atlanta in 1989, a Revolution took place in Tibilisi, the capital. With the support of the Mayor of Douglasville, Charlie Camp, we were able to comfort the children by planting a Peace Tree in Hunter Park.

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Mount Shasta

Mount Shasta

Mountain

September 122015

Mount Shasta is a potentially active volcano located at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California. At 14,179 feet, it is the second highest peak in the Cascades and the fifth highest in California

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