Largest Cities in Georgia
Georgia (abbreviated Ga. or GA), state in the United States, north of Florida. The area is 152,576 km², and he has about 8.9 million inhabitants.
Georgia was founded in 1733 and was one of the original 13 states from 1788. It developed into a typical slave state with large cotton production.
Today, a lot of cotton is produced, and Georgia is also the only producer of peanuts in the United States. Other important products are tobacco, sweet potatoes, vegetables, watermelons and corn. The textile and wood processing industries are also important industries.
Georgia is named after King George II of Great Britain. The state is otherwise called the Empire State of the South and Peach State.
Biggest Cities of Georgia by Population