7 Fascinating Places In Georgia Most People Can’t Visit
There are some really cool and fascinating places to visit in Georgia, and then there are some really cool and fascinating places in Georgia you can’t visit.That makes you want to visit them even more, huh? Take a look at the unbelievable history behind these seven unique places in Georgia most people can’t visit.
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6. Old Atlanta Prison Farm
The Atlanta Prison Farm is an old decaying prison that’s the size of two Piedmont Parks. The prison that’s now been abandoned for 20 years once housed more than 1,000 inmates. It’s since slowly been reclaimed by fire, nature and graffiti. Don’t try to visit this private property. Fines up to $1,000 can be imposed on trespassers.
7. Bunker 13
If you believe the end of the world is coming anytime soon and have about $9 million laying around, then consider buying this luxurious end-of-the-world bunker in South Georgia. The compound was built by the U.S. Government during the Cold War and after a $2.5 million renovation, it now looks like a Four Seasons Hotel. It has everything you would need in an apocalyptic bunker; 45 feet underground, two perimeter fences, 40 rooms, a secured gate and security cameras.
What do you think about these fascinating places? Do you know of anymore off-limit locations in Georgia? Tell us about them in the comments below!
Amanda Northern is a freelance writer, and creator/virtual assistant of The Proassists. Amanda is a Georgia native, GSU Panther, and blogger. More of her words can be found at amandanorthern.wordpress.com
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