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Visitors Center, Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park, Kennesaw, Georgia
Georgia, USA
Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield is a 2,923-acre (11.83 km2) National Battlefield that preserves a Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign. There are 3 battlefield areas. The visitor center provides introductory information about the Battlefield and the battle.
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