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The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Atlantic Capital and Citizens Trust Bank are three banks found in Atlanta, Georgia, with fairly different public images. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is one of several Federal ...

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The zoo in Atlanta, Georgia is called Zoo Atlanta. It is located at 800 Cherokee Avenue near downtown Atlanta. Zoo Atlanta is home to more than 1500 animals.

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Since April 20, 1868, Atlanta has been the capital of Georgia. Prior to Atlanta becoming the capital, there were four other cities that Georgians called the capital.

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Major banks in the Atlanta, Georgia area as of 2015 include Sun Trust Bank, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Synovus Bank and Branch Banking & Trust Company, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Ranked in terms of d...

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The zoo in Atlanta, Georgia is called Zoo Atlanta. It is located at 800 Cherokee Avenue near downtown Atlanta. Zoo Atlanta is home to more than 1500 animals.

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Search for federal jobs in Atlanta, Georgia, on USAJobs.com, which lists jobs from a variety of U.S. government departments, or search for jobs with the City of Atlanta on the official city website at AtlantaGA.Gov. Both...

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The modern Federal Reserve Bank was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913 in order to regulate banking activities and to loan banks money. Since then, the institution's role has expanded to include insuring...

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