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Come, Take a Tour of Atlanta's Itty-Bitty City Parks

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Downtown's triangular Hurt Park. All photos: Christopher T. Martin, Curbed Atlanta

Whether Atlanta's many pocket parks are useful as a greenery fix among so much concrete and glass is the subject of debate. But they are in fact there, all around us, especially in Midtown and downtown. Today's Visual Journey serves as a reminder that serviceable parks and flower-filled plazas might not be as out-of-reach as intown dwellers think, though most of these spaces aren't exactly suited for dragging in coolers and playing Ultimate Frisbee. Because they're so easy to overlook, we've rounded up most of the itty-bitty recreational spaces in the city's core, but feel free to sing the praises of those we missed. Here's hoping a few parking-lot owners take note.

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