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Make sure to include these popular destinations on your list of things to do in Georgia.
Check out the Harness Horse Capital of Georgia and see all manner of horse shows, training and races.
Visit the Georgia Guidestones to learn 10 global guidelines, written in eight major languages.
Uncle Remus may be a fictional character, but the Uncle Remus Museum in Eatonton reminds us just how important his stories of Br'er Rabbit were.
Relax with FDR as you enjoy the healing waters of Warm Springs.
Try your hand at pumping water from the same well used by a young Jimmy Carter at his boyhood home.
Sit back and relax as you float down the Augusta Canal, taking in the gorgeous landscape and the Confederate Powderworks.
Make sure to stick around and see the lasershow after climbing Stone Mountain.
Visit the Margaret Mitchell House to see where Georgia's favorite author penned "Gone With the Wind."
Whether you're there for Oktoberfest, tubing, hot air balloons or scenery, visit Helen, Georgia's alpine village for a taste of the Appalachian Alps.
Grab your pan and head to Dahlonega in search of some shiny Georgia gold.
On Lookout Mountain, you can stand on Lover's Leap and look out over Rock City to seven different states.
Only one place in the world can claim credit for hosting the centennial anniversary of the Olympic Games: Atlanta!
There are few sights more quintessential Southern than those of the Savannah Historic District.
Celebrate Georgia's Civil War history with a visit to Fort Pulaski and learn how soldiers lived and fought during the late 19th century.
Is Georgia on your mind? Then croon along to the official state song at the Ray Charles Plaza in Albany.