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  • Georgia is a US state in the South. The state was named after Great Britain's King George II and was the last of the 13 original U.S. colonies. Georgia's
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  • Georgia's Classic Heartland is at the center of the state. Athens — college town home of the University of Georgia Augusta — home of the Masters Annual
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  • Northeast High Country is a sub-region of Georgia's Historic High Country region. The Northeast region of the Georgia High Country consists of the counties
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  • Central High Country is a sub-region of Georgia's Historic High Country region. The Central High Country consists of 7 counties north of Atlanta. The
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  • name, see Georgia (disambiguation). Georgia (Georgian: საქართველო, Sakartvelo) is a country in the Caucasus. It lies at the eastern end of the Black
    54 KB (7,493 words) - 11:45, 16 July 2016
  • Metro Atlanta is Georgia's principal urban area, and the eighth largest metro area in the United States, with a population of over 5.5 million. It encompasses
    12 KB (1,865 words) - 02:23, 5 May 2016
  • Bremen is in the West High Country of Georgia. 33.715833-85.147222
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  • you are looking for the region of the US state, see Southwest Georgia. Southwestern Georgia is a region along Georgia's Black Sea coast, which borders
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  • LaFayette is a small town in north west Georgia, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. LaFayette is well connected with two major airports,Chattanooga Metropolitan
    2 KB (216 words) - 02:01, 7 May 2016
  • North Georgia is a mountainous region in the state of Georgia. Blue Ridge Dahlonega - historic gold rush town, including the Dahlonega Gold Museum
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  • dial the international country code for the country you are calling, followed by the local number. This is a list of those country codes. Note: The entities
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  • city that was founded at the convergence of the Etowah and Oostanaula rivers in Georgia's Historic High Country. The city was named for the seven hills
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  • region of the US state, see Northwest Georgia. Northwestern Georgia is a region of Georgia. Samegrelo — home of the Mingrelians and birthplace of independent
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  • in the West High Country of Georgia. Carrollton is the county seat of Carroll County and is home to the University of West Georgia. [dead link]Southeastern
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  • city in Georgia's Historic High Country. The city of Gainesville is one of the larger cities in the Historic High Country along with Rome (Georgia) both
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  • corner of Georgia. It is the county seat of Rabun County and has a population of 2,047[1]. Clayton was incorporated on December 18, 1823, as a part of Rabun
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  • city in Georgia's Northeast High Country. Located on Highways 60 and 76 just outside the town of Blue Ridge. Morganton was the county seat of Fannin
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  • Wyndham Duluth, 3450 Venture Pkwy, ☎ +1 770 622-7277.   Hampton Inn Mall of Georgia, 3240 Buford Drive, ☎ +1 678-546-1200.   34.003056-84.145556
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  • South Carolina (category South (United States of America))
    well-maintained as those in neighboring North Carolina and Georgia. Interstate 95 in much of the southern part of the state is highly traveled and only a four-lane
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  • Kartli (category Georgia (country))
    Shida Kartli — is a region (Mkhare) in Georgia. Trialeti Nature Park, Nichbisi-Didgori-Didi Toneti Botisi Outside of Tbilisi and Mtskheta, you should not
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