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What to see in Georgia
Georgia is the fifth largest state in the US and offers its visitors a multitude of places to see and exciting things to do. One of the reasons Georgia is so popular is because it offers such a variety of tourist attractions and activities. With bustling metropolitan areas like Atlanta providing the bright city lights and modern appeal, and the picturesque coastal regions and historic estates offering a trip back in time, Georgia has it all.
In Atlanta you'll find history, culture and all forms of urban amusement. Martin Luther King Jr was born in Atlanta and many of the city's most popular attractions pay tribute to this well-loved native son. The Martin Luther King, Jr National Historic Site and the Atlanta History Center are always popular choices. Those in search of some adventure or just some unadulterated fun will find it at places like the Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, the World of Coca-Cola, Six Flags Over Georgia or Stone Mountain Park - all fabulous family attractions for those travelling with kids in Atlanta.
Savannah is also not to be missed. An historic neighbourhood in its own right and home to cultural gems like the Telfair Museum of Art and the History Museum, Savannah also gives visitors a vibrant experience with its many waterfront souvenir shops, jazzy sidewalk cafes and wonderful restaurants.
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