Destinations

Every place has a story, and each Destination highlights a particular place and storyline. To know Georgia's history—and glimpse its future—is to travel its contours, from the mountains to the coast, from the bustling cities to the small towns that pulse to a slower beat.

With hundreds of museums and galleries located across the state, Georgia has much to offer in the realm of the...

Georgia's northeastern mountains are part of the Blue Ridge range, a spine of the Appalachians, which runs from...

The Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia are the most physically spectacular or unusual sites in the state. These...

From the bombing of Fort Pulaski in 1862 to the capture of Confederate president Jefferson Davis in...

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Midtown Atlanta

Midtown is the second-largest business district in Atlanta and features the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations

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Textile Industry

The rise of the textile industry in Georgia was a significant historical development with a profound effect on the state's inhabitants.

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Wiregrass Georgia

The wiregrass region of Georgia, located today in the state's southernmost section, once stretched from Savannah to the

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Vince Dooley (b. 1932)

There is perhaps no one person more singularly identified with the University of Georgia (UGA) than Vince Dooley, the architect of the athletic

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Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries