Stone Mountain

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Stone Mountain

A massive granite monadnock, 513 m (1,683 ft) high, in northwest-central Georgia east of Atlanta. Its northeast wall contains a huge Confederate memorial (carved 1917-1967).

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a dome-shaped granite outcrop in NW Georgia, near Atlanta: sculptures of Confederate heroes. 1686 ft. (514 m) high.
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The company will kick off the new program at the 2015 EGGtoberfest, an annual event hosted by leading ceramic smoker and grill manufacturer Big Green Egg to be held October 10th at Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain, GA.
Stone Mountain Park in Atlanta was the venue where Leander made Olympic history but as a 17- year- old who won the boys' singles title at Wimbledon in 1990, life has not been easy all the way.
Last year, 150 GPC students accentuated Stone Mountain Park, a popular 3,200-acre attraction outside Atlanta.
The hotel is offering an Atlanta Christmas in Stone Mountain Park Package with room rates commencing from USD199, and including daily breakfast and two or four two-day passes for Stone Mountain Park Christmas Adventure.
22-24: Country Living Fair, Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta.
From the heights of Stone Mountain Park and Six Flags Over Georgia to the Underground Atlanta marketplace, there's always something new to see and do, The National Convention in Atlanta also is where you'll find a DAV-exclusive performance of Gary Sinise and the Lt.
The Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort, in Stone Mountain Park, near Atlanta, is offering the Snow and Stay package, through March 7, 2010.
Within walking distance of Stone Mountain Park, the facility would be ideal for a church, a small school, a restaurant, an office facility, hair salon, etc.
Military officials blocked involvement at a similar evangelical Christian event in Stone Mountain Park, Ga.
The center further benefits by being minutes from Stone Mountain Park, which attracts over 4 million visitors annually.
Neither the Griffin Lake nor the lake at Stone Mountain Park is downstream from a sewage treatment plant; however, Lake Juliette, a reservoir for an electrical generation plant, is formed by Rum Creek and water pumped from the Ocmulgee River, on which several sewage treatment facilities reside.
Clockwise from top: Festival goers in white, signifying 'pure in spirit', carry giant torches down the steps from a shrine during the annual fire festival as part of Shinto rite in Nachi Katsuura, western Japan; Zain Nail from Dallas vaults Kaia, a Belgium Malinois up to catch the Frisbee during the Purina Incredible Dog Team show held in Stone Mountain Park, Georgia; a firefighting helicopter dumps water on a 50-acre fire in the Sierra Mountains north of Floriston, California; The new sport of Hydazorbing takes to the water at Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre on the Isle of Dogs, London.