Georgia

The Mystery of the Carolina Bays

When viewed from above, much of the landscape of South Carolina is clearly covered in mysterious oval depressions that aren’t obvious from ground level. Known as “Carolina Bays”, nobody really knows how these unique geological features were formed. Despite their…

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Friday, 30th May 2008

Takeover Week: Stone Mountain (Jerome)

Welcome to Google Sightseeing Reader Takeover Week! Every day this week, one of you has been chosen to have their very own sight posted here on GSS, while Alex and James take a well deserved holiday. Today’s sight is from…

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Monday, 9th July 2007

The White Houses

The White House is, as we all know, the official residence of the President of the United States. But did you also know that the White House is the official residence of an Iranian immigrant? Of course, I’m not talking…

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Wednesday, 28th February 2007

The King Center

Today is Martin Luther King Day, a US holiday which celebrates the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr – leader of the American civil rights movement, political activist and at 35 the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was…

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Monday, 15th January 2007

Rock n Roll

There’s nothing more Rock n Roll than a swimming pool in the shape of a guitar, so I wonder which rock god owns this pad near L’Estartit in Spain. Actually, I take that back – having your whole house built…

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Monday, 7th August 2006

Parachute Training Towers

Reader ‘William’ found these two ‘parachute training towers‘ at Ft. Benning in Georgia. I did a few Google searches but couldn’t get a conclusive answer on what exactly these parachute training towers are or who uses them. I’m guessing they’re…

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Friday, 2nd September 2005
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Ho Ho Ho! Giant Santas!

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O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

To celebrate the holiday season this year we’ll take a look at Christmas Trees, whose “leaves are so unchanging. Not…

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