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Camina por las calles de adoquines de la primera ciudad de Georgia, Savannah, un lugar repleto de encanto sureño y con uno de los distritos históricos más grandes del país. Desconéctate del mundo en Cumberland Island National Seashore (Costa Nacional Isla Cumberland) de Georgia, que continúa conservada en una belleza natural con caballos salvajes rondando las playas.

En conmemoración del centésimo quincuagésimo aniversario de la Guerra Civil, descubre nuestros más de 400 sitios vinculados a este episodio histórico que ofrecen una amplia variedad de campos de batalla, cementerios, arsenales, museos, mansiones e historias.

Los 47 parques estatales de Georgia ofrecen oportunidades para tener aventuras al aire libre. Navega en kayak o practica rafting en el Chattahoochee River (río Chattahoochee) en Columbus, los rápidos urbanos más largos del mundo. Camina por el Appalachian Trail (sendero de los Apalaches), que comienza en Springer Mountain (montaña Springer) en las North Georgia Mountains (montañas del norte de Georgia).

Visita los sitios de grabación que hoy en día ya son parte de la historia televisiva y cinematográfica de Georgia. Revive uno de los íconos más famosos de Georgia, "Lo que el viento se llevó", mientras recorres el Gone With the Wind Trail (sendero de Lo que el viento se llevó), que va desde Jonesboro hasta Marietta.

Con todo lo que hay para ver y hacer, querrás asegurarte de explorar Georgia.

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Coca-Cola was invented in Georgia; a tour of its headquarters in Atlanta is a popular visitor experience.

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Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park

Climb the mountain, see the world’s largest bas-relief sculpture – of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee – and stay for the nightly laser show.

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Rock City and Lookout Mountain

Rock City and Lookout Mountain

Go to the top of Lookout Mountain, stand on Lover’s Leap and peer across seven states. Take a steep ride on the Incline Railway, then go underground in a cave and see Ruby Falls.

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World of Coca-Cola

World of Coca-Cola

See the world’s largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia at this Atlanta museum, which showcases the history of the soft drink company founded in 1886. Tour the bottling plant and sample beverages.

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Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

Experience the beauty of a swamp in this 163,000-hectare refuge, established in 1936 to protect migrating birds and wildlife. Fish, canoe, camp and get fantastic views along boardwalks and from observation towers.

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Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

This museum in Freedom Park in Atlanta features exhibits, photos and memorabilia of the 39th U.S. president’s life and career. Farther south, in Plains, visit the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site and his boyhood home.

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Savannah Historic District

Savannah Historic District

Walk cobblestone streets, admire gardens and parks, enjoy cultural events and see why the circa-1733 grid plan and 18th- and 19th-century architecture elevated it to National Historic Landmark status.

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Consolidated Gold Mine

Go 61 meters underground, tour a cave, pan for gold and gems and learn about gold mining history in the real mine just east of Dahlonega, where gold was discovered in 1828.

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Margaret Mitchell House

Visit the place where the author wrote “Gone With the Wind,” the epic Civil War novel that won the Pulitzer Prize, and learn what 1920s Atlanta was like. Take a guided tour that includes a movie exhibit.

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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

At this 14-hectare site, see the civil rights leader’s birthplace, family church and tomb while learning about his life and legacy among pioneers leading the way for social reform in the South in the 1960s.

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Forest Hills Golf Club

Play a round on the historic Augusta University-owned 18-hole course, established in 1926 and designed by Donald Ross, just a few miles from Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters event.

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