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*[[Fulton County (Georgia)|Fulton]] - seats [[Atlanta]], Georgia's largest city. The most populated county in Georgia with over one million residents
 
*[[Fulton County (Georgia)|Fulton]] - seats [[Atlanta]], Georgia's largest city. The most populated county in Georgia with over one million residents
*[[Dekalb County (Georgia)|Dekalb]] - a portion of the city of Atlanta extends into this county, also includes the city of [[Decatur (Georgia)|Decatur]] and Stone Mountain
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*[[DeKalb County (Georgia)|DeKalb]] - a portion of the city of Atlanta extends into this county, also includes the city of [[Decatur (Georgia)|Decatur]] and Stone Mountain
 
*[[Cobb County (Georgia)|Cobb]] - suburban county to the Northwest of [[Atlanta]], includes [[Kennesaw]] and [[Marietta (Georgia)|Marietta]]
 
*[[Cobb County (Georgia)|Cobb]] - suburban county to the Northwest of [[Atlanta]], includes [[Kennesaw]] and [[Marietta (Georgia)|Marietta]]
 
*[[Gwinett County (Georgia)|Gwinett]] - suburban county to the Northeast of [[Atlanta]], includes Atlanta's "Chinatown"
 
*[[Gwinett County (Georgia)|Gwinett]] - suburban county to the Northeast of [[Atlanta]], includes Atlanta's "Chinatown"

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Metro Atlanta is Georgia's principal urban area, and the eighth largest metro area in the United States, with a population of over five million. It encompasses Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dekalb, Douglas, Gwinnet, Henry, Fayette, & Fulton Counties.

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