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Named after Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha (1719-1772), Augusta sits on the Savannah River in the state of Georgia. Known for hosting The Masters Golf Tournament each year, it is the 3rd largest city in the state. The town was spared much of the destruction that occurred during the Civil War due to its strategic importance, so there are plenty of historical buildings and landmarks to gawk at. Fort Gordon is located near the city, so there are usually quite a few "men in uniforms" wandering about the city streets. Sitting in Georgia's "Classic Heartland", there are plenty of things to do around the town.
For the historical architecture buff there is St George's oldest Presidential home "Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson" from the Civil War with its 14 grand rooms furnished in the 1860s Victorian period. The Sacred Heart Cultural Center is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole of Augusta and the Springfield Baptist Church is the oldest African American Southern Baptist Church in the world (1801). For those into museums there is the August Museum of History and the Morris Museum of Art to poke your nose into. Historical textile mills can be found on the Augusta Canal that were built during the late 1800s and the list goes on.
You can sit on a bike and pedal, pound the feet trekking, canoe or kayak along the canal. Grab a fishing rod and head to Lake Olmstead Park to try and catch your dinner or merely go for chill-out time on a blanket. Stroll around the historical downtown area of shops, monuments and landscaped pathways popping into one of the funky cafes for an espresso when the desire hits.
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