You woke up in a strange place. You look out the window and see the Eiffel Tower. You must be in Paris, right?…

Question is, do we have such a big fat landmark in ATL? Something that is so unique and so Atlantan that you’ll recognize it in a fraction of a second, with peripheral vision, in the dark, upside down?…

In my opinion that would be the Concourse. And maybe a Spaghetti Junction. But I wanted to know what others think is the most prominent Atlanta’s architectural feature, so I posted this question to the numerous “Answers” sites (you know, the kind where you get the promise of “answers within minutes from our helpful community”). Result: crickets.

Then I asked my friends on Facebook the same question, and received quite a few terrific suggestions. Please vote for your favorite one, or suggest another option in comments:

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