Beautiful 'Bama: A Photo Tour of the Heart of Dixie

 
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DeSoto State Park, Fort Payne, Alabama  
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Marsh and swamps are found in Southern Alabama, an area that fronts the Gulf of Mexico, extending into Florida.  
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Forests cover nearly 65 percent of Alabama.  
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Alabama's Wiederkehr Wine Cellars is the oldest and largest winery in mid-America. Free tastings and tours are held daily at the family-owned vineyard.  
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Nearly nine million acres in the state of Alabama are utilized as farm land. The top five agriculture commodities are broilers (nine- to 12-week-old chickens), cattle and calves, chicken eggs, greenhouses, and cotton.  
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Birmingham is the state's largest city, offering a surprisingly active arts scene and local culture.  
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Russell Cave National Monument, Bridgeport, Alabama  
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Timberline Golf Club, Calera, Alabama  
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Cherokee Rock Village, Sand Rock, Alabama  
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Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic, Decatur, Alabama  
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Alabama’s Gulf Coast beaches have white sand and crystal blue waters, surrounded by golf courses and fishing piers it’s an ideal escape from the more crowded beaches to the south.  
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The gold course Cypress Bend at Craft Farms is one of the most popular in the state, frequently rated one of the best places to play by golf magazines.  
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Ono Island is a barrier island just 5.5 miles long, accessible only by one single bridge from mainland Alabama.  
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Bridge Street Town Centre in Huntsville, Alabama, is the main drag of the city. Shops, restaurants, hotels, and ten-acre lake all find residence in the centre, a popular spot for locals and tourists alike.  
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The city of Montgomery is the capital of Alabama, sitting on the Gulf Coastal Plain with the Alabama River bisecting it.  
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Little River Canyon National Preserve, Fort Payne, Alabama  
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Totem Pole Hill, Sequoyah Caverns, Valley Head, Alabama  
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