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Notable Components of the Atlanta Skyline The city of Atlanta has one of the most spectacular skylines in the country. In the downtown area you have the Georgia State Capitol building, silhouetted by its iconic golden dome. In close proximity stands the stately Peachtree Center, which is the busines..
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Keyring from State of Georgia The city of Gainesville is known as the chicken capital of the world. It's illegal to eat chicken with a fork here. Georgia also serves as host to the Annual International Poultry Trade Show which is the largest poultry convention in the world. The state of Georgia is ..
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Atlanta, Georgia - A City in a Forest Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and home to the great Martin Luther King Jr. It was established in 1837 and presently is a combination of shopping centers, elegant homes, high rise buildings, Fortune 500 companies and popular churches. Atlanta is also famous f..
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Prime Landmarks in Atlanta's Downtown Area Atlanta's downtown area is the seat of its government and the outpost of several big business establishments. Unlike the other parts of the city, Downtown Atlanta is bereft of any social or cultural entertainment. The only attractions in this part of town i..
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Georgia State Capitol's Exquisite Architectural Design The Georgia State Capital is the seat of the government of Atlanta. It is also one of the city's most architecturally impressive buildings and has been deemed a National Historic Landmark. It houses the offices of the governor along with the sec..
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Brief History and Cultural Achievements of Atlanta Botanical Gardens The Atlanta Botanical Gardens came into existence in 1976 and occupies 30 acres of land. It is located near Piedmont Park in the city's Midtown region. The objective of the garden was to preserve and maintain a variety of different..
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Seal Of Georgia This is an acrylic fridge magnet s of souvenir of the Seal of Georgia, United States. The first great seal of the state was specified in the State Constitution of 1777, and its current form was adopted in 1914. The front of the seal is centered around the coat of arms of the state: a..
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Brief History of the Kennesaw Mountains The stunning Kennesaw Mountains represent the highest point in Atlanta's suburban area. The highest summit elevation in the mountains is 1808 feet, while the ensuing terrain averages an altitude of approximately thousand feet. The mountain range is comprised o..
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The Holy Ebenezer Baptist Church and Its Importance One of the most famous historical churches, the solace for many citizens of the Sweet Aburn Community is this glass paned red triangular roofed Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. This church was one of Atlanta's most influential African A..
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This State Flag is Just Peachy! Georgia may be known for its scrumptious peaches, but there is a lot more to this southern state than delicious fruit. Take its flag, for example. Adopted on May 8, 2003, the current flag of Georgia has three red and white stripes with the coat of arms on a blue field..
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The Illustrious History of Little Kennesaw Mountain Little Kennesaw Mountain is one of the two important summits in the Kennesaw Mountain range. It is most notable for being the venue of the epochal Battle of Kennesaw, during the height of the American Civil War. Today, remnants of the battle are pr..
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Souvenirs from Georgia

Georgia's history is a journey across ancient cultures, United States' recent history, Spanish brutal invasions and an on-and-off relationship with the Monarchy of England whose climax was reached during the American Revolution and the Declaration of Independence. Located in the South-Eastern part of the United States, Georgia holds a history of its own: born officially in 1732 and one of the Thirteen Colonies (the last USA state to be re-joined to the Union), it was named after the British king George II. The overwhelming Southern hospitality typical for Georgia, a powerful sense of belonging to a community, a unique dialect, a cuisine heritage as well as the unforgettable scenes from Gone with the Wind are all stereotypes of Georgia promoting its culture across modernity. Visitors can now keep its charm alive with fridge magnets, keychains, souvenir plates and T-shirts available online.

The Gold Rush and the 'Trail of Tears'

At the beginning of the 19th century, Georgian mountains became a great attraction point for gold seekers and the amazing boom during the Georgia Gold Rush brought massive numbers of settlers and an aggressive military campaign against the Native American Cherokee whose land was targeted. It was the time of Indian deportations and a brutal local policy which aimed at relocating the Natives (during the 'Trail of Tears' thousands of them were killed). During the Civil War, Georgia was often the place of bloody battles with almost 20,000 of its people killed during the attacks. Therefore the legacy of the great events which shaped USA history is strongly embedded into Georgian culture: the whispers of the Civil War, the slave culture, the stories of the Great Depression and the challenges of the segregation and Civil Rights Movement can be heard in the silence of its rich sunny lands.

The Southern American Charm of Georgia

What makes visiting Georgia a unique cultural experience is its fabulous mixture of subcultures, from the Scottish and Irish heritage to the rich African legacy all set against a Native American background. Georgian flavors are typical for Southern American culture even if a significant number of Latin American immigrants have been enriching its heritage since the beginning of the 20th century. The picturesque Southern accent of the Georgians with their old fashioned manners and strong religious beliefs, the endless woods and rural landscapes with fields of corn and golden peach orchids are all typical for this part of the country. A charming blending of natural beauties inspired the sounds of Georgia from jazz to blues and the frequent use of the state's breathtaking postcard-like landscapes in many Hollywood productions.

The Rhythms and Sounds of the South

When visiting Georgia, enjoy the state's musical scene with a tradition which goes back to the rhythm and blues and rock-and-roll days as well as the heritage of African communities with their unique Piedmont blues. The sounds of Georgia are a fascinating journey across its history especially in places such as the McIntosh County or Boldon. A blending of rock, blues and the mesmerizing sounds of gospel are part of the Southern spirit and soul, so much emblematic of Georgian way of being. Across its wonderful lands, there is an abundant range of outdoor activities for nature lovers, from hiking in the Civil War Heritage Trails to climbing, hunting, paddling and fishing. Georgia's splendid natural landscapes have also been a significant resource for the state budget as they were often used as shooting venues for films after a 1970s local policy promoted the state locations for hundreds of directing projects across the decades.

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