At Over 200 Years Old, One Of The Oldest Living Trees In Alabama Can Be Found In Geneva

Alabama is home to many great landmarks. In fact, some of the landmarks have even been around for multiple centuries. One in particular that receives visitors from near and far is a special historic tree. To learn all about this tree and the city where it’s located, take a look below.

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Have you ever seen the Constitution Oak up close and in person? If so, what did you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Another Alabama tree that’s a definite must-see is the Boyington Oak in Mobile. For information, be sure to take a look at our previous article: The Story Of This Haunted Graveyard Tree In Alabama Will Chill You To The Bone.