Map of Georgia with Cities, Road, River, Highways
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About Georgia State Map
Georgia Map indicates the exact geographical location, topography and administrative divisions of the Georgia state.
The state of Georgia encompasses a total area of 57,906.14 square miles. Georgia is divided into 159 counties for administrative convenience. Georgia has a population of 10,617,423 as of 2019 U.S. Census Bureau Facts.
The Road Map of Georgia USA points out the transportation facilities of the state. The northern and southern part of Georgia State is connected by Interstate 59, 75, 85 and 95. Interstate 16 and Interstate 20 conjoin the eastern end of the state to the western end. The well laid railway tracks make Georgia easily accessible from all parts of the USA.
Georgia State is drained by the Savannah, Chattahoochee and Suwannee Rivers. Andersonville National Historic Site, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park and Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area are some of the important National Parks of Georgia. The museums of Georgia reflect the rich archaeological history of the state. Steffen Thomas Museum and Albany Museum of Art are some of the notable museums of Georgia.
Georgia is also home to a number of famous golf courses. The Augusta National Golf Club hosts the Augusta Masters, one of the four major professional golf tournaments, every year. Besides this, the Innsbruck Resort & Golf Club and Stone Mountain Golf Club are some of the other prominent golf courses of the state.
Major Cities in Georgia by Population:Atlanta (537,958), Augusta 194,149), Columbus (186,984), Savannah (132,410), Athens 113,398), Macon (92,775), Roswell (87,657), Sandy Springs (82,674), Albany (75,831), Marietta (67,562), Warner Robins (61,336), Johns Creek (59,431), Alpharetta (49,903), Smyrna (49,854), Valdosta (48,547), East Point (43,418), Rome (36,041), Gainesville (35,668), Peachtree City (34,788), Dalton (33,648), Kennesaw (31,628), Douglasville (31,035), Newnan (30,474), Hinesville (30,152), Lawrenceville (29,258), LaGrange (28,401), Statesboro (27,158), Duluth (26,125), Griffin (23,719), Carrollton (23,291), Woodstock (23,141), Canton (22,724), Forest Park (21,726), Milledgeville (20,703) and Snellville (20,112).
Georgia Interstates Highways:
US Highways and State Routes in Georgia:
Route 1, Route 17, Route 19, Route 23, Route 25, Route 27, Route 27A, Route 29, Route 41, Route 76, Route 78, Route 80, Route 82, Route 84, Route 129, Route 221, Route 278, route 280, Route 301, Route 319, Route 341, Route 378 and Route 441
Georgia State Facts:
|Abbreviation||GA, Ga. US-GA|
|Joined the Union||January 2, 1788 (4th)|
|area||59,425 sq mi (153,909 km2)|
|Timezone||Eastern: UTC −5/−4|
|Population||10,617,423 (8th) as of 2019|
|Highest Point||Brasstown Bald|
|Lowest Point||Atlantic Ocean|