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3. The first college in America to grant women college degrees is located in Macon Georgia. Way to go Wesleyan College!!!
4. Stone Mountain which is located near Atlanta is one of the largest exposed granite walls in the world. It also currently has a carving of Robert E Lee and some other “notable leaders” of the confederacy.
10. Georgia has some serious weird laws like, it is illegal to keep a donkey in a bathtub…… Also the town of Acworth requires all citizens to own a rake. Hmmmm that whole raking the forest gig just got a lot closer to home.
11. South Georgia is home to the largest swamp in North America. It’s called Okefenokee which translates to trembling earth and all kinds of critters like alligators, snakes, turtles and birds can be found in its several thousand acres.
12. The city of Atlanta is home to Harts-field Jackson Airport- toted as the busiest airport in the world, it’s also the hub for Delta Airlines.
Centennial Olympic Park – Sculpture with Shrapnell
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