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imgNicknamed The Peach State and the Empire of the South, Georgia is the largest state in the southeast. Its Blue Ridge Mountains in the northernmost part of the state descend into rolling hills and eventually the coastal plain, which is known for its moist, rich pastures.

It is home to a booming economy with 15 fortune 500 companies, and produces much agriculture and goods. Though mainly famous for its peaches, Georgia is a large producer of other products such as cotton, tobacco, poultry, and peanuts, producing twice as many peanuts as the next leading state.

Atlanta, the state's largest city and capital, is the hub of communication and transportation of the Southeast. This historic city was a Confederate stronghold and saw extensive military activity during the Civil War.

Used for both work and recreation, horses make a sizeable part of the state's industry. Georgia has about 250,000 horses statewide, and its horse industry has an economic impact of more than $750 million.

  Georgia in Numbers:
img Horse Population: 250,000 horses
img Total Economic Impact: $ 750 million
img Capital: Atlanta
img Land area: 59,441 sq mi. (153,951 sq km)
img Population: 9,544,750
img Counties: 159
img State Parks: 64
img Highest Point: Brasstown Bald with 4,784 feet (1,458 m)
img Lowest Point: Atlantic Ocean
img Geographic Center: Twiggs Co., 18 mi. SE of Macon
img 10 largest Cities :
  • Atlanta: 498,109
  • Augusta: 195,182
  • Columbus: 188,660
  • Savannah: 128,500
  • Athens: 111,580
  • Macon: 97,606
  • Sandy Springs:85,771
  • Roswell: 79,334
  • Albany: 76,939
  • Johns Creek: 62,049

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