Georgia is flush with historic places to visit, which is one of the primary reasons our state is so darn awesome. People will come from all over to check out a bit of United States’ history right in our backyards. Between the mountain towns in Northern Georgia to the small seaside towns like St. Mary’s, which combine both age and beauty all in one place, we have it all. But there is one small historic town in Georgia that often slips the minds of travelers, yet is absolutely a place worth visiting. Check it out…

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Have you ever visited Suwanee, Georgia? We’d love to hear your thoughts or if you heard any interesting stories about the history behind the town! If you’re looking for more unique towns in Georgia, then check out 10 Enchanting Georgia Towns That Feel Like You’ve Fallen Into A Snow Globe.

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