Buncombe County Map

Buncombe County Map

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Introduction and geographical location

Georgia is nicknamed 'Peach State' because of its fruit growth. The state's capital and largest city is Atlanta. Georgia count stands at 159, second largest in the United States after Texas Know more about Georgia ... History of Georgia Long before Europeans arrived in the 18th century, Georgia was inhabited by Mound Cultural Building lands. However, the state made first contact with the Europeans on 12 February 1733, when James Oglethorpe established it as a British colony. During the Jenkins' Ear War, the Spanish invaded Georgia in 1742. In 1752, Georgia became a colony of the crown and was administered by a governor appointed by the king. Georgia played an important role in the American Revolution and was one of 13 colonies that rebelled against British domination in the country. A pivotal moment in Georgia's history came in 1829 when gold was found in the mountains of North Georgia. This spectacular discovery led to the Georgia Gold Rush. The state also played an important role in the Civil War that engulfed the country in the mid-19th century. Georgia joined the Union in early 1861. It was restored to the Union in 1870. Geographical position Georgia Located in the southeastern part of the country, Georgia covers an area of ​​59,425 square miles. Georgia shares borders with Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Georgia has many different flora and fauna. It is estimated that there are about 250 species of trees and about 58 species of protected plants that exist in the state. Some of the state's native trees are red cedar, hollies, oaks, cypress, sweetgum, etc.While white tailed deer can be found in abundance, Georgia is an ideal site for a wide variety of birds and animals, such as northerly bird, brown insect, salamander, frog, alligator, toad, whale, blue crab, oyster, etc. Most regions of the state experience a humid subtropical climate, where summers are mostly hot and humid. Standing at 1,458 meters above sea level, Brasstown Bald is the highest mountain in Georgia. Some of the other prominent mountains in the state are Rabun Bald, Arabia Mountain, Big Bald Mountain, Black Mountain and Blood Mountain. The main rivers that flow through the state are the Altamaha, Savannah and Suwannee Rivers.

Travel

Travel Destinations in Georgia Georgia is a wonderful destination and thousands of tourists from all over the world visit the state every year to experience its many attractions. Located in Atlanta is the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Martin Luther is the highest leader of the American civil rights movement and this is where he was born and where he rest. Located in the Plains is the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site. Here, visitors can glimpse the former president's childhood home and farm. Dubbed the "island of millionaires", Jekyll Island is a popular tourist attraction. Chattahoochee National Forest is ideal for sightseeing, hiking, camping, and more. Some of the other prominent attractions in the state include Callaway Gardens, Ocmulgee National Monument, Forsyth Park, and Okefenokee Marsh.

Education

Education in Georgia There are more than 70 public colleges, universities and technical colleges in the state, with 45 private tertiary institutions. The oldest public university in America is located in Georgia - The University of Georgia - with its highly regarded research program. Georgia is also home to Berry College in Rome, home to the largest university campus in the world.

 

Baker County Map, Georgia
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Augusta Map, Georgia State

Augusta is a city in the U.S state of Georgia. The city named in honor of Augusta of Saxe-Gotha has been entitled with the names 'Masters City', 'The Garden City'. The city was the second state capital of Georgia from 1785 to 1795. It is the second largest city and second largest metropolitan area in the state. Hotels in Augusta: The city hotels provide all modern amenities to its guests giving a home away from feeling to them. These hotels serve all types of food catering to the needs of its customers. Marriott Augusta Hotel and Suites, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Best Western Garden City Inn, Wingate Inn Augusta Northeast, AmeriHost Inn, Comfort Inn, Fairfield Inn, Courtyard, Hampton Inn & Suites Augusta West, Holiday Inn Augusta West, Red Roof Inn and The Partridge Inn are the word-class hotels in the city. Augusta Transportation: Augusta Regional Airport serves the city. Daniel Field is the private airport in the city. Augusta Public Transit, the bus line, taxi services are the other measn of transport in the city. The city has an extensive road network that includes U.S. Route1, U.S. Route 25, U.S. Route 278, Georgia State Route 4, Georgia State Route connect the city with other regions.

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