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Georgia is not only the largest state east of the Mississippi River, but it also has the most counties, one of which is named after Revolutionary War hero Nancy Hart. Georgia has the oldest state park in the country as w... More »

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Georgia is one of the oldest states in the United States of America. It joined the young nation as its fourth state on Jan. 2, 1788, a little over 10 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and only f... More »

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Georgia State University is a public institution of higher learning located in downtown Atlanta. As of 2015, more than 32,000 students pursue 250 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in approximately 100 fields of ... More »

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As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the most populated counties in Georgia are Fulton county, Gwinnett county, Cobb County and Dekalb County. Fulton has a population of 996,319, with Gwinnett at 877,922 , Cobb with 730,981 and D... More »

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Some fun things that people can do in Fort Gordon, an army installation in Georgia, include riding on the MWR Express Train Service, bowling, horseback riding, enjoying the Fort Gordon outdoor recreation and relaxing at ... More »

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Georgia's Piedmont region is the second-largest and most highly populated geographical region in Georgia. The Piedmont region consists of hilly terrain and sits approximately 500 feet above sea level. More »

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Atlanta is the capital and the largest city in Georgia and is located in the northwest part of the state. It is the fifth city to become the capital of Georgia preceded by Savannah, Louisville, Augusta and Milledgeville. More »

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