Atlanta may refer to:
In the world:
Atlanta, Nova Scotia, Canada
Región Autónoma del Atlántico Sur, Nicaragua
In the United States:
Atlanta, Georgia, a major city
Atlanta, California, unincorporated community
Atlanta, Idaho, unincorporated community
Atlanta, Illinois, city
Atlanta, Indiana, town
Atlanta, Kansas, city
Atlanta, Louisiana, village
Atlanta, Michigan, unincorporated community
Atlanta, Missouri, city
Atlanta, Nebraska, village
*Atlanta, New York, a hamlet in
Cohocton (town), New York
Atlanta, Texas, city
Atlanta, Wisconsin, town
Atlanta Township, Logan County, Illinois
Atlanta Township, Kansas
Atlanta Township, Minnesota
Five United States Navy ships have borne the name USS "Atlanta", after the city of Atlanta, Georgia:
* The first USS "Atlanta" (1861) was originally a blockade runner, then the CSS "Atlanta", then captured in 1863 and taken into the Federal Navy.
* The second USS "Atlanta" (1884) was a protected cruiser, one of the first steel ships of the "New Navy", launched in 1884.
* The third USS "Atlanta" (CL-51) was commissioned in 1941 and sunk in November 1942 in the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal.
* The fourth USS "Atlanta" (CL-104) was commissioned in 1944, served in World War II, then in the 1960s was used for target practice.
* The fifth USS "Atlanta" (SSN-712) was a "Los Angeles"-class submarine nuclear attack submarine commissioned 1982 and inactivated 1999.
Battle of Atlanta, an 1864 battle in the American Civil War
Air Atlanta Icelandic, an international airline and a part of the Avion Group
Club Atlético Atlanta, an Argentine football (soccer) team
Atlanta Motor Speedway, a superspeedway outside Atlanta, Georgia
Atlanta (band), a country music band from the 1980s
* Atlanta, based on the Greek mythological character Atalanta and the goddess Artemis, is a fictional character on the Canadian animated series "
Class of the Titans"
Atlanta child murders
* "Atlanta" (genus), a mollusc genus
Atlanta (1916 automobile), a World War I-era British light car brand
Atlanta (1937 automobile), a pre-World War II automobile
* Atlanta (Beanie Baby), a Beanie Baby bear produced by Ty, Inc. in 2004
* "Atlanta" a song by Stone Temple Pilots on "No. 4" (album)
Hot 'Lanta, an Allman Brothers song
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