Georgia Information Guide

Bordered by Florida, Alabama, and North Carolina, the state of Georgia has an area of 59,425 square miles. Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and is the most populous city. One of the thirteenth original colonies, it was the fourth to ratify the U.S Constitution. The summers are usually hot and humid. During the winter, certain parts of Georgia may experience snow fall once a year to several times a year depending on its elevation.

The Morris Museum of Art is a great place to visit with the family. Known for its arts and literature, Georgia has many places for art lovers to visit such as: the Georgia Museum of art, the Atlanta Opera, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the Eyedrum Gallery, located in Atlanta. The Gallery is a non-profit organization run by volunteers.

Georgia is well known for its music industry, as well as its literature and education. Genres range from folk music to rhythm and blues, hip hop, rock and roll, and even country music. Artists such as Ray Charles, James Brown, and Little Richard are natives of Georgia. The University of Georgia was founded in 1785 and claims to be one of the oldest public universities in the states. Visit our business directory for more information on Georgia.

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