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Are you looking for a new place to call home? Have you considered moving to the state of Georgia? If so, you might want to find and hire a reliable moving company. Long Distance Movers are professional movers with very affordable moving costs. We offer cross country moving, long distance moving as well as both commercial and residential moving. If you ever wondered how much does it cost to transport a car, be sure that Long Distance Movers has the best car shipping costs as well as best car shipping reviews. Before you embark on your relocation journey, you probably want to learn a bit more about the state of Georgia. You’re in luck! We have decided to save you some time by browsing the Internet instead of you and we have compiled this short guide. Here you will find all the necessary information about Georgia and its cities, weather, economy and more.

About Georgia

Georgia is a US state located in the southeastern region of the country. It was established in 1733 and was the last of the 13 colonies. It was named after King George II of Great Britain. Georgia borders with Florida on the south, with the Atlantic Ocean and South Carolina on its east side, with Alabama on the west and with Tennessee and North Carolina on its north side. Georgia is the biggest state on the east side of the Mississippi River. Its highest point is Brasstown Bald, which reaches a height of 4,784 feet. The main languages spoken in Georgia are English and Spanish. The total population of Georgia is 10,214,860, making it the 8th most populated state in the USA. The median house income is estimated to be around $50,768. Georgia is also commonly referred to as the Empire State of the South, or as the Peach State.

Weather in Georgia

Georgia has a humid subtropical climate. In general, the summers are very hot and humid. The highest recorded temperature was 112 degrees Fahrenheit in July 1952. On the other hand, the lowest recorded temperature was measured in January 1940, when it went down to only -17 degrees Fahrenheit. Because of its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Georgia is vulnerable to hurricanes, very frequent tornadoes, tropical storm winds and rain. If you want more information about the weather and climate in the state of Georgia, please refer to this link

Languages spoken in Georgia

There are 10 other non-English languages spoken in Georgia, which include: Spanish (7.42%), Korean (0.51%), Vietnamese (0.44%), French (0.42%), Chinese (Mandarin) (0.38%), and more.

Major cities of Georgia

The most populated city in Georgia is Atlanta, which is also the capital. Other major cities and towns are:
· Columbus
· Augusta
· Macon
· Savannah
· Athens
· Sandy Springs
· Roswell
· Johns Creek
· Albany

Economy of Georgia

In 2010, the total gross state product of Georgia was $403 billion. Regarding Georgia’s agriculture, its widespread farms produce goods such as corn, peanuts, and soybeans. Georgia is one of the top 5 blueberry producers in the United States. It also produces eggs and poultry, pecans, cotton, rye, cattle, dairy products etc. The mining industry produces a variety of stone, clay, sands and attapulgite. Many textile jobs have moved overseas away from Georgia, but there are still some textile industries located around Rome, Columbus, Augusta, Macon and between Atlanta and Chattanooga.

State Symbols of Georgia

· Amphibian: American green tree frog
· Bird: brown thrasher
· Butterfly: eastern tiger swallowtail
· Dance: square dance
· Fish: largemouth bass
· Flower: Cherokee rose
· Food: grits, peach, Vidalia onion
· Fossil: shark tooth
· Gem: quartz
· Insect: European honey bee
· Mammal: White-tailed deer
· Marine mammal: right whale
· Mineral: staurolite
· Nicknames:
· "Peach State"
· "Empire State of the South”
· Reptile: gopher tortoise
· Rock: granite
· Shell: knobbed whelk
· Soil: Tifton
· Song: "Georgia on My Mind"
· Tree: live oak

Things to do in Georgia

Georgia offers many sightseeing opportunities, whether you’re a tourist or a resident. Some of Georgia’s top attractions are:
· Savannah Historic District
· Cathedral of St John the Baptist
· National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center
· Forsyth Park
· Atlanta City tour by Electric car
· Walking tour: The Walking Dead
· Atlanta’s Southern Food Tour
· Atlanta’s Sightseeing Bus Tour
If you would like to find out more about the places you can visit in Georgia, click here

Moving to Georgia

After you have read our short guide on Georgia, you might want to learn more about Long Distance USA Movers and the moving services we offer. Some of the things you might be interested in are moving supplies, including moving boxes, moving checklists and moving tips, moving helpers, who can dismantle and reassemble anything you might need, packing tips for moving and much more. If you’re interested and want to know more about our moving services, feel free to contact us anytime- our representative team will be more than happy to speak to you and offer you any assistance that you might need during your relocation process. Are you ready to start moving? If your answer is yes, contact Long Distance USA Movers today and schedule your relocation to Georgia.
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