Auburn is located in Lee County in Alabama, USA. This city is spread over an area of 140 sq km and has a population of 51,000 approximately. The Muscogee tribe was the first to settle in this region after the signing of the Treaty of Cusseta in 1832. It was incorporated as a city on 2 February 1839.
Auburn enjoys a tropical climate with hot and humid summers and mild winters. The average maximum temperature during winter goes up to 16°C, and the average maximum temperature in summer is around 33°C. The terrain of the city basically comprises flat lands and plateaus with dense savannah vegetation. The topography is also characterized by coastal plains, hills, ranches and creeks.
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