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One of the largest paintings ever done returns to the public. The Atlanta Cyclorama, over forty feet tall and three hundred feet wide depicts the triumph of General William T. Sherman and the Union Army over the Confederacy. 

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Atlanta copyImage courtesy Tim Redman

Nostalgia doesn’t exist in Atlanta. The “City Too Busy to Hate” is also the city too busy to hang on to keepsakes.

While you can find “new” around every corner of town—new homes, new shops, new restaurants, new high-rise condos, new hotels, new office buildings—“old” proves elusive.

With nearly 40 percent of Atlanta’s metro population being transplants to the area, few Atlantans have any connection to, or interest in, Georgia’s capital beyond the date when they began calling it home.

To read more on Cyclorama:

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