Annotated Bibliography 10: Famous Places in Atlanta

From downtownatlanta.com Gailliard, Ticara. “Famous Places in Atlanta, GA.” Traveltips.usatoday.com. Demand Media, n.d. Web. 28 Mar. 2016. In this article, “Famous Places in Atlanta, GA”, Ticara Gailliard discusses some of the main attractions in Atlanta. She names some of the most famous places in Atlanta, such as the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, the CNN Center, and the Martin Luther King Jr, National Historic Site. She also provides a brief summary of each place and what it offers. Below the article, there are links to buy tickets, get coupons, and see special offers for the sites she named in the article. The intended audience for this is tourists and it was written with the purpose of informing them about the different places they could go to when they visit the city of Atlanta. Based on the places being advertised in the article, the intended audience could be families. This article would be useful to someone doing research on how the built environment of Atlanta is advertised and what parts are shown to outsiders in different states. It would also be useful to someone looking for activities to do while visiting Atlanta. Also, someone could compare this article to the previous article called  “Why Atlanta Is The Big American City You’ve Been Missing Out On” and see how they are different and alike in the representation of Atlanta, based on the style of the article and the places being advertised in each...
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