Its tough to find much of anything in Atlanta older than OAKLAND CEMETERY, and arguably no place in this city wears its age more gracefully. Founded as a six-acre graveyard in 1850, Oakland exploded in size and, um, popularity as a result of the Civil War. Today, it serves as the final resting place for Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell, Maynard Jackson and 70,000 of the famous and obscure, including legions of unknown Confederate soldiers. But you neednt be a history buff or a goth geek to appreciate the cemeterys collection of ornate mausoleums and endless cobblestone paths. In fact, Oakland is quite living-friendly; its open every day of the year to provide a cheerfully morbid spot for a picnic or a stroll.