There Are Dozens Of Historic Buildings In This Georgia City
As one of the 13 original colonies, there is plenty of history in Georgia. You really don’t have to go far to find places that are steeped in age, from Civil War battlefields like that at Kennesaw Mountain to the cobblestone streets of Savannah. One particularly historical town in Georgia that’s often overlooked by history lovers is the city of Washington. It’s the county seat of Wilkes County and only has around 3,700 residents, but it’s got tons of historical buildings and museums that make it absolutely wonderful for a day trip.
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