5 Iconic Buildings in Fulton County that you should visit - With photos & details

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5 Iconic Buildings to explore in Fulton County

Fulton county is the state's most populous county and its only one with over 1 million inhabitants which was blessed with so many beautiful places and is one of the major cities also.

Bank of America PlazaBank of America Plaza, 600 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA

Bank of America Plaza is a skyscraper located in between Midtown Atlanta and Downtown Atlanta. At 311.8 m , the tower is the 107th-tallest building in the world. It is the 21st tallest building in the U.S., the tallest building in Georgia, and the tallest building in any U.S. state capital, overtaking the 250 m , 50-story One Atlantic Center in height, which previously held the record as Georgia's tallest building.

Bulloch Hall180 Bulloch Ave, Roswell, GA 30075, USA

Bulloch Hall is a Greek Revival mansion in Roswell, Georgia, built-in 1839. It is one of several historically significant buildings in the city and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is where Martha Bulloch Roosevelt, mother of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th U.S. President, lived as a child.

Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame250 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA

The College Football Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and interactive attraction devoted to college football. The National Football Foundation (NFF) founded the Hall in 1951 to immortalize the players and coaches of college football.

Georgia State Capitol206 Washington St SW, Atlanta, GA 30334, USA

The Georgia State Capitol is an architecturally and historically significant building in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The building has been named a National Historic Landmark which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As the primary office building of Georgia's government, the capitol houses the offices of the governor, lieutenant governor, and secretary of state on the second floor, chambers in which the General Assembly, consisting of the Georgia State Senate

Swan House at Atlanta History Center130 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305, USA

The Swan House was built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman in Atlanta, Georgia. The new mansion's design was executed by Philip Trammell Shutze, combining Renaissance revival styles with a Classical approach on the main facade. The rear facade is less formal, and is sited at the top of a small hill with terraced gardens and a fountain cascading down the hillside. A recurring motif are sculpted or painted swans throughout the house and grounds.