Atlanta Georgia:

Atlanta was originally named Terminus in 1837 at the location of two crossing train tracks. On December 29, 1847 it was incorporated as Atlanta.

The city rose from the ashes of the Civil War to become a major international center of commerce. Atlanta is the biggest hub of the southeast for railroad, interstate, and air. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the home for Delta Airlines and the airport is the world's largest airline hub. Atlanta is also is the headquarter location for CNN, Coca-cola, UPS, and AT&T. The home for three major team sports: The Atlanta Falcons, The Atlanta Hawks, and The Atlanta Braves. The "Phonex City" hosted the 1996 Centennial Olympic Summer Games. Georgia Institute of Technology, Emory University, Clark Atlanta University, and Georgia State University are located in the city too.