Southern State of Georgia, USA

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Georgia is the only state to be named after a British Monarch.

It was in this state that gold was first hit in North America in the early part of the 19th century, and the gold rush that followed centered around the town of Dahlonega.

Now a booming services business center with a population of over 400,000 and a metro population topping four million, Atlanta known as The City in a Woods most drastically expresses the transition from Old South to New.

Along its residential roads, magnolia and dogwood trees encompass fine Georgian style dwellings, yet just blocks away, some of the countrys most stunning current buildings are increasing at record speed to add to Atlantas ever growing skyline.

Thanks to a varied landscape of mountain ranges, rolling hills and coastal flatlands, you can experience the high octane thrills of the Georgia venture.

Reach any of Georgias trails for cycling, trekking, running or riding.

Whether trekking the earliest mountain system on world at the beginning of the Appalachian Trail, investigating the mineral springs of historical Indian Springs State Park or paddling your way through the cypress forests of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, you can shove it to the limit and recognize your inner strength in Georgia.

Discover Georgia, where chances are endless, experiences are infinite and the individuals are prepared to welcome you with open arms.

Georgia is a place to experience. Its roaring rivers, the pure lakes, beautiful mountain views, music and friendly folks which will keep you coming back for more.

Investigate the skyline of Atlanta from the towering skyscrapers of downtown to the enchanting areas nestled throughout the city limits. You can make it occur in this urban city.

Whatever your passion or fantasy, In Georgia, the welcome mat is constantly out.

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