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  • Georgia AquariumGeorgia Aquarium Atlanta, Georgia
    The Georgia Aquarium, in Atlanta, Georgia is now the world's biggest aquarium holding over 8.1 million gallons of water, both salt and fresh, in tanks that contain over 100,000 marine animals representing 500 various species that include; four young whale sharks, two manta rays called Nandi and Tallulah, and two beluga whales called Trixie and Alice. Bernie Marcus, co-founder of Home Depot gave the aquarium $250 million to start after seeing a fantastic show at the Monterey Bay Aquarium for his 60th birthday; which was the impetus to build a magnificent aquarium in Atlanta. Bernie announced his plans in 2001, giving the city his present for economic and educational growth in the region; after he and his wife, Billi went to 56 aquariums in 13 countries, looking for a design and researching the places.

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  • Wren's NestWren's Nest Atlanta, Georgia
    The Joel Chandler Harris House has been known as Wren's Nest for many years, and is a beautiful Queen Anne styled farmhouse located in Atlanta, Georgia. The house was constructed in 1870, and became home to Harris, who was the editor of the Atlanta Constitution, as well as author of the magnificent Uncle Remus Tales, that was written from 1881 until Harris passed on in 1908. The house still contains many of the author's original furnishings and still uses the same paint colors. In 1900, it became known as the Wren's Nest, after the Harris kids found a wren that built a nest in the mailbox; whereupon the family installed a new one so that wren's home would remain undisturbed. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1962 and is one of the few Queen Anne styled homes left in the city. It seems to personify the upper middle class of the period and is filled with the original furniture and most of the original furnishings of the Harris family.

January 11, 2011