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It is really a relection of the resolve of our nation to honor these who have died believing in... read more

Reviewed March 3, 2018
775dudaw
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Marietta, United States
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The Confederate cemetery is a place of honor and beauty. I love to walk among the graves and think... read more

Reviewed January 20, 2018
Mark1963Teems
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Marietta, Georgia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We started to tour the cemetery and came upon the statue of the three women supposedly responsible for for helping to found and maintain this burial site for confederate soldiers. That's where the odd feelings began, because we came to understand that these women along...More

Thank Glenda R
Reviewed March 3, 2018

It is really a relection of the resolve of our nation to honor these who have died believing in what was right.

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Reviewed January 20, 2018

The Confederate cemetery is a place of honor and beauty. I love to walk among the graves and think about the sacrifices these great men made for their beliefs and homeland.

Thank Mark1963Teems
Reviewed October 23, 2017

Took my brother and sister-in-law there and walked around. It is small and very historical. We were on a hunting trip of ancestors that fought in the Civil War.

Thank Margaret B
Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

I'm a lover of history of all kinds and some may think I'm strange but I love old cemetery's, so much history and beautiful headstone and so peaceful!

Thank amandamarie1689
Reviewed September 7, 2017

I am very glad I visited the Marietta Confederate Cemetery, Several memorials are interesting, but the grave sites seemed to me to be neglected. Nevertheless, a child of the South (like me) is reminded of another time and another culture that is gone with the...More

Thank Alan N C
Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed learning more about the history of Marietta and it's involvement in the Civil War and some of the locals and their part in the latter.daya of the conflict.

Thank Jeff T
Reviewed May 22, 2017

Beautiful, serene, peaceful. A piece of history not to be missed on so many levels. No judgements... Only love and respect for the sacrifices made. Not to be missed... And take your kids so they understand the value of standing for what you believe.

Thank dparker3292017
Reviewed May 20, 2017 via mobile

After hearing about this cemetery after visiting The Kennesaw Battlefield we decided to visit since it was only a couple miles away. The memorials for the different states was interesting to see. Definitely worth a quick visit to see the history of our great nation!

Thank Lisa W
Reviewed May 6, 2017

We went through here on a trolley tour and then went back on our own. You can't help but feel moved to be amidst the souls of so many heroes! We liked how it was divided up into the states each soldier had called home....More

Thank Becky P
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Not to my knowledge. Marietta is quite a distance from downtown Atlanta. There may be local tours available. We live in the area and drove from Snellville. The Marietta City Cemetery, which is older than the Confederate... More
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