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Finishing second was Piedmont Park.
With its more than 180 acres of open space, walking trails, tennis courts and playgrounds, Atlanta’s most central park is a lot to take in.
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So, which attraction took the title?
Once again, our readers have voted the Georgia Aquarium as their favorite tourist spot.
Opened in 2005, the Georgia Aquarium is a 600,000 square foot facility containing about 10 million gallons of fresh and saltwater, making it the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere.
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Winners of all our Best of Atlanta polls can be found on ajc.com.