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Cities Of Central Georgia

Some of the most prominent cities in Middle Georgia, each with their a unique history and character, include:
  • Macon, the area's anchor city, largest city and the center of the area. Contains many museums, institutions of higher education, and historical buildings. In Bibb County.
  • Warner Robins, a major growth center and home of Robins Air Force Base and the 3rd largest aviation museum in the United States. In Houston County.
  • Twiggs County, the actual geographic center of the State of Georgia.
  • Cities belonging to the Middle Georgia Clean Air Coalition: Macon, Perry, Forsyth, Danville, Culloden, Fort Valley, Roberta, Centerville, Byron, Gray, Payne City, Jeffersonville
  • Milledgeville, former state capital and home to Georgia College and State University. In Baldwin County.
  • Dublin, a medium-sized city, among the farthest away from Macon that can still be considered Middle Georgia. In Laurens County.
  • Fort Valley, home of Fort Valley State University and the Lane Peach Packing Factory and Store. One of the 8 Blue Bird Bus factories in the U.S and Canada is located in the city. In Peach County.
  • Cochran, home of the former Middle Georgia College. In Bleckley County.
  • Forsyth, once home to Tift College, sits on I-75 just north of Macon. In Monroe County.
  • Perry, just south of Warner Robins and home to the Georgia National Fair,grounds and Agricenter, Perdue and Frito Lay. In Houston County.
  • Byron, about halfway between Macon and Warner Robins on I-75. It is home to the Peach Factory Outlets. In Peach County.
  • Eatonton, birthplace of authors Joel Chandler Harris the "Uncle Remus" stories and Alice Walker The Color Purple. In Putnam County.

Related Categories

  1. Category:Geography of Macon, Georgia
  2. Category:Geography of Bibb County, Georgia
  3. Category:Geography of Houston County, Georgia

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