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10 Places to Visit in Georgia That Will Take Your Breath Away

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Chattanooga: This city is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and is known for its Civil War history and its scenic setting along the Tennessee River. The city is home to the Tennessee Aquarium, the Incline Railway, and many other attractions. 

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Cherokee National Forest: This forest is located in the northern part of Georgia and is home to a variety of hiking trails, waterfalls, and scenic overlooks. Visitors can go camping, fishing, and whitewater rafting in the forest. 

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The Georgia Aquarium: This aquarium is the largest in the world and is home to over 100,000 animals from the world's oceans. Visitors can see sharks, whales, and dolphins, among many other creatures.

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Jekyll Island: This island is located off the coast of Georgia and is known for its beaches, its golf courses, and its luxury resorts. Visitors can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and golfing. 

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Callaway Gardens: This resort is located in the Pine Mountain range and is known for its gardens, its golf courses, and its crystal clear lake. Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, and swimming. 

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Stone Mountain Park: This park is home to the world's largest Confederate memorial, a 90-foot-tall carving of Confederate leaders Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and Jefferson Davis. The park also has a variety of other attractions, including a lake, a train, and a cable car. 

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Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge: This refuge is located in the southern part of Georgia and is home to a variety of wildlife, including alligators, bears, and deer. Visitors can go hiking, camping, and canoeing in the refuge. 

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Stonewall Jackson's Birthplace State Historic Site: This site is located in the town of Crawfordville and is the birthplace of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. Visitors can learn about Jackson's life and his role in the Civil War. 

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Savannah: This city is located on the coast of Georgia and is known for its historic architecture, its cobblestone streets, and its Spanish moss-draped trees. Visitors can visit the Old Town district, the Savannah History Museum, and the Savannah Cathedral. 

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Helen: This town is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is known for its Bavarian-style architecture. Visitors can enjoy shopping, dining, and hiking in Helen.