660 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30308
A fantastical mass of domes and minarets, this Atlanta landmark was originally built for the city's Shriners organization, inspired by the temples of the far east. Before its completion it was sold to movie mogul William Fox and enjoyed great success as a movie palace, right up until the 1960s when the rise of the multiplex forced it into decline. Following a fundraising campiagn from Atlanta residents, it was reopened as a theater in 1975, and continues to host hundreds of shows every year.
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