The Oldest Covered Bridge In Georgia Has Been Around Since 1840

It’s never a bad idea to add a little bit of history to your day, especially if that history happens to really hold a place within the state of Georgia. One of the most exciting pieces of architecture in the state happens to have been built in the mid-1800s, and still to this day can be visited by anyone willing to make the trek. This record-holding covered bridge in Georgia is not only the oldest, but it also is noted as being the longest. Take a look…

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Address: Covered Bridge Rd, Woodbury, GA 30293, USA