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Alabama Travel and Tourism Information on Travel Notes
Find Alabama travel and tourist information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to Alabama.
Also known as the Heart of Dixie, Alabama's history is attracting
more and more visitors to the south.
The state capital of Alabama is Montgomery.
Alabama and the Alabama River, come from the Choctaw for brush
gatherers, and refers to the Alibamu tribe.
Map of Montgomery - The State Capital of Alabama
States neighbouring Alabama:
Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.
About Alabama - Alabama Weather:
Find out more about Alabama before you travel there.
Alabama National Parks
Alabama has many historical sites relating to the
American Civil War: Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, near Alexander City, is where
the Creek were defeated in 1814.
Alabama's highest peak is Cheaha Mountain, in Cheaha
The official website of the State of Alabama.
Sweet Home Alabama:
The Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel.
Montgomery is named after General Richard Montgomery, who died in
the American Revolutionary War while trying to capture Quebec, Canada.
Montgomery, located on the northern part of the Alabama River, was the
first capital of the Confederate States of America.
Founded on a river in 1819, Montgomery expanded as a centre of
commerce and became the state's capital in 1846.
Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama and played a major role
in the Civil Rights Movement, led by Martin Luther King in the 1960's.
Visit the animals at Birmingham zoo.
Don't forget to visit the fortifications at Fort Morgan and Fort
Gaines, in Mobile Bay.
Located in Southwest Alabama on Mobile Bay, Mobile is approximately one and a half hours
from both the Mississippi and Florida
Jump straight to an Alabama municipality website.
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