What is Georgia State Known for?
There are tons of things to do in Georgia. Located on the southeastern shore of the continental United States, Georgia is home to three major cities and a lot of culture and history.
Whether you’re visiting Atlanta and grabbing a chilli dog at The Varsity or picking peaches from one of GA’s many peachtree farms, there are plenty of things to keep you busy in this beautiful state.
Today Atlanta is Georgia’s largest city and the 38th most populous in the US. There’s plenty to do in Atlanta!
If you wonder why Justin Bieber says he gets his peaches out in Georgia, it’s because it’s the Peach State. Since the mid 16th century, Georgia has produced significant quantities of the fruit.
Georgia is home to the largest (fake) peanut in the world. Once upon a time, you could see the giant legume crested atop a yellow crown in Ashburn, Georgia.
Georgia is also home to the largest drive-in restaurant in the world: The Varsity.
Everyone in the world knows of Augusta, GA, because that’s where the annual Master’s Tournament is hosted. And they have been the host since 1932.
Stone mountain boasts the largest piece of exposed granite in the world (making it the third-largest in the world in Georgia, if you’re keeping count).
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