In Atlanta, the Carter Center is a great tourist attraction. The building is simple and blends with the surrounding natural environment. There are walking trails throughout the place, as well as benches for you to sit down and enjoy the peace around you, as well as watching wildlife. The center itself provides a wealth of information about the life of President Carter. The self-guided tour itinerary covers his youth, his time as president, and many of his careers in the years since he left office. I would recommend everyone to come to this attraction.
I wanted to visit all the presidential libraries but this one told the story of one man I admired most. Plus I stayed in Georgia during his election victory. Very interesting place to visit and a great opportunity to learn.
The lights are bright and the gardens are beautiful, there are so many colorful flowers in it I can't even name, there is a lake, the lake is green, there are many ducks swimming in the water, I like it!
The nonprofit organization founded by former President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalyn Carter in 1982 is a greenery. Its main purpose is to promote international conflict resolution, democracy and human rights, and the white building case thus sets the tone. In addition, the fountain at the door is also very delicate, which mainly displays couples' help to world peace.
The Carter Center is a public service place, the memorial of former President Carter, many carter statues can be seen.