The state of Georgia has attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, to be the world's largest aquarium, historic downtown Savannah, exposure of the Louvre Atlanta High Museum, the Hall of Fame in Macon Georgia Music and butterflies in the gardens Callaway. You can venture into interesting nature walks, hiking, paragliding, mountain biking, fishing and whitewater rafting. It also has a variety of destinations, from the rivers of southern historical center and the metro Atlanta area, from the mountains to the coast.

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The state of Georgia is situated in the South Atlantic region of the United States, which borders the north by Tennessee and North Carolina, northeast and east by South Carolina, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, south to Florida and west to Alabama. It has a population of 9,687,653 people distributed in 159 counties within an area of 95,634 square miles. Most of Georgia is covered by forest, mostly pines, peaches and magnolias. Its capital is Atlanta.


Appling Atkinson Bacon
Baker Baldwin Banks
Barrow Bartow Ben Hill
Berrien Bibb Bleckley
Brantley Brooks Bryan
Bulloch Burke Butts
Calhoun Camden Candler
Carroll Catoosa Charlton
Chatham Chattahoochee Chattooga
Cherokee Clarke Clay
Clayton Clinch Cobb
Coffee Colquitt Columbia
Cook Coweta Crawford
Crisp Dade Dawson
Decatur Dekalb Dodge
Dooly Dougherty Douglas
Early Echols Effingham
Elbert Emanuel Evans
Fannin Fayette Floyd
Forsyth Franklin Fulton
Gilmer Glascock Glynn
Gordon Grady Greene
Gwinnett Habersham Hall
Hancock Haralson Harris
Hart Heard Henry
Houston Irwin Jackson
Jasper Jeff Davis Jefferson
Jenkins Johnson Jones
Lamar Lanier Laurens
Lee Liberty Lincoln
Long Lowndes Lumpkin
Macon Madison Marion
Mcduffie Mcintosh Meriwether
Miller Mitchell Monroe
Montgomery Morgan Murray
Muscogee Newton Oconee
Oglethorpe Paulding Peach
Pickens Pierce Pike
Polk Pulaski Putnam
Quitman Rabun Randolph
Richmond Rockdale Schley
Screven Seminole Spalding
Stephens Stewart Sumter
Talbot Taliaferro Tattnall
Taylor Telfair Terrell
Thomas Tift Toombs
Towns Treutlen Troup
Turner Twiggs Union
Upson Walker Walton
Ware Warren Washington
Wayne Webster Wheeler
White Whitfield Wilcox
Wilkes Wilkinson Worth