It’s like the Coca-Cola world. Roundhouse around. Several curved walls come around. Actually LED screen. Their height exceeds the head. There is a party atmosphere in the whole house. The euphoria of people from different countries on the LED screen with the music faint. A splash of red. As time goes on, the tension in the sound pictures is increasing. The two front walls kept moving. Excitement is at its peak. Red laser beam playing between light and dark. A huge metal structure slowly came in front of the eyes. A big box. the vault A serious voice in the background says ‘The secret formula of Coca-Cola is here…’]]
On May 13, when I was going to the CNN Tower by bus in Atlanta, I saw the ‘World of Coca-Cola’. In front of the building is a large Coca-Cola bottle, covered with green leaves. On the bus, we are several journalists from different countries who have come at the invitation of the US government. Seeing a big bottle of Coke through the window, many said, Secret recipe, secret recipe – it’s here. The secret formula site was not seen that day. Went there on May 15.
Sculpture of the Inventor
There are many things to see around Atlanta, Georgia, the USA, where the World of Coca-Cola, the museum of this world-famous soft drink, is located. Next to Coca-Cola is the Georgia Aquarium. The Olympic Centennial Park was created on the occasion of the centenary of the Summer Olympics held in Atlanta on Rasta Parole. Walk through the park and beyond is the CNN Tower.
The museum is always crowded with visitors
The bus alighted at such a place—Aquarium on one side, World of Coca-Cola on the other. With Jamaican TV journalist Giovanni Danis. He is also a fan of Bangladesh cricketer Tamim Iqbal. Have you seen Tamim’s game in a West Indies-Bangladesh match? Giovanni said, ‘A commercial company’s museum should be seen, and it costs a lot of money?’ We both thought about it. But after a few minutes, we moved towards the World of Coca-Cola.
Museum information center
Concrete and brick walkways. Side garden. In the meantime, Dr. is standing holding a glass written “Drink Coca-Cola”. John S. Pemberton, meaning his metal sculptures. Dr. wrote on the board in 1886. John S. Pemberton invented Coca-Cola. 121 Baker Street NW is also known as Pemberton Place. Opposite the entrance to the museum is a large replica of the metal lid of a Coke bottle, stuck in an opener as an umbrella. It is a data center.
I bought an 18-dollar ticket and entered the world of Coca-Cola. At the opening reception—get a free Coke. Never seen a green can of Coke before. I took that. Then a five-minute documentary in a medium theater. It basically shows how Coca-Cola has been integrated into people’s lives all over the world.
Provision of free coke
another room Again the atmosphere of that secret formula. The poster wrote, Can science break the secret of this formula? Coca-Co.la can’t live up to its claims. Because the ‘gas chromatography’ test also failed to crack the mystery of the coke preparation process.
Then one gallery after another—exhibited the evolution of the Coca-Co.la bottle from the beginning to the present, campaigns, posters, etc. It’s like a soft drink tasting festival in a big place on the second floor. Asia, Europe, North America, South America—Co.ca-Cola products such as Sprite, Fanta, Thumbs-Up, Kinley, etc., are available in smaller glasses in different regions of the world.
This vault contains the secret formula of Coca-Cola
While coming out of the museum, I saw a big bottle of Co.ca-Cola. 10 Atlanta artists have made their own bottles. Each has become a work of art.
This museum built on 20 acres of land was inaugurated on 24 May 2007. Although the journey of the World of Co.ca-Cola started in 1990. It was at another address in Atlanta. Of all the attractions or museums in Atlanta, World of Coke had the most visitors until 2005. It moved into second place after the opening of the Georgia Aquarium.
World of Co.ca-Cola
It is easy to understand that drinking soft drinks has become a part of the local culture of different countries by looking at the World of Coca-Cola events. If not, why does the seller hand over certain soft drinks to the buyer if he says ‘I give you a “cook”?
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