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Georgia: Cities and Vacations

Georgia Vacations: information about the history of Georgia and cities.

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3/7/2010
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Georgia has an area of 154,077 sq km and a population of more than 8 million people. Its capital city is Atlanta.

Georgia is a state in the southern region of the USA. It is bounded in the north by Tennessee and North Carolina, in the south and southwest by Florida, in the west by Alabama and in the east by South Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean. Northern Georgia is dominated by the Blue Ridge Mountains.


Anthony 5/28/2013 At 15:20
Americus 7
Americus is the home of Habitat for Humanity International's international headquarters, the famous Windsor Hotel, The Fuller Center for Housing international headquarters, The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving , Glover Foods and many more well-known organizations. The City has a public transportation system, which operates within the city limits of Americus. It is a city rich in history and culture, offering a variety of social opportunities, including theaters, dining, sports activities and churches. Americus is decorated with historical architectural design, rows of boutique shops and unique restaurants. Attractions include the Andersonville National Historic Site, Brickyard Plantation Golf Club & RV Park, Georgia Rural Telephone Museum, Habitat for Humanity/Global Village and...

Jennifer 5/27/2013 At 14:57
Albany 7
Very quiet citizen renowned for its Tree-lined streets, with large, mature oaks and other native trees and for its many rivers. People here are very friendly and there are many adventure travels to try out, not to mention shopping, dining and a large variety of sports. Albany is filled with special parks, gardens and trials which generate many peculiar and fun activities such as Bird watching, canoeing and fishing. Among the main historical attractions we find the Museum of arts, six galleries which also host the finest collections of sub Saharan African art and the Albany civil rights institute where crowds gathered at Mount Zion Baptist church to hear Dr Martin Luther King Jr and other civil rights leaders.

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Travellers' choice

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Pines Golf Club
 Nature and sport (Toccoa)
2
6th Cavalry Museum
 Museums (Fort Oglethorpe)
3
Albany museum of art
 Museums (Albany)
4
Antique Row
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods (Chamblee)
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Atlanta History Center
 Museums (Atlanta)
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Center for Wildlife Education
 Parks and gardens (Statesboro)
7
Chattahoochee Nature Center
 Parks and gardens (Roswell)
8
Chehaw
 Parks and gardens (Albany)
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Coastal Plain Research Arboretum
 Nature and sport (Tifton)
10
Flint Riverquarium
 Parks and gardens (Albany)
11
Folk Pottery Museum
 Museums (Sautee Nacooche)
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Grand Theater
 Theaters and performance (Fitzgerald)
14
Henry County Courthouse
 Landmarks and Historic sites (McDonough)
15
J. F. Gregory Park
 Parks and gardens (Richmond Hill)
16
Sprewell Bluff State Park
 Parks and gardens (Thomaston)
17
St. Simons Lighthouse Museum
 Museums (Jesup)
18
Stone Mountain Park
 Tours (Atlanta)
19
Suwanee Creek Park
 Parks and gardens (Suwanee)
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A very pleasant shopping experience
 Stores and shopping malls (Atlanta)
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Best Places
 Landmarks and Historic sites (Atlanta)
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Forsyth Park
 Parks and gardens (Savannah)
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Peachtree Street
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods (Atlanta)
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Agrirama Living History Museum
 Museums (Tifton)
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Buckhead
 Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods (Atlanta)