North Highlands, Macon, GeorgiaNorth HighlandsMacon, GeorgiaMacon has always been a central hub for Georgia, and the south east. During the mid 1800s' Macon was a central point for transport of cotton,...The print shop, Macon, GeorgiaThe print shopMacon, GeorgiaMacon's old buildings offer a look back in time, to when it was a thriving industrial Mecca of GeorgiaGeorgia State Fair, Macon, GeorgiaGeorgia State FairMacon, GeorgiaThis is Luther Williams Field. It has been home to a number of teams, most recently The Macon Peaches, a minor league team. It began it's long...Johnston-Felton-Hay House, Macon, GeorgiaJohnston-Felton-Hay HouseMacon, GeorgiaOne of Georgia’s most distinguished structures, the Johnston-Felton-Hay House in Macon was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. It was...North Highlands, Macon, GeorgiaNorth HighlandsMacon, GeorgiaIconic train tracks of south Macon.St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Macon, GeorgiaSt. Joseph's Catholic ChurchMacon, GeorgiaThe history of Roman Catholicism in Macon dates to a visit in 1829 by Bishop John England of the Diocese of Charleston and the subsequent migration...Macon State College, Macon, GeorgiaMacon State CollegeMacon, GeorgiaEach year in Macon, GA a festival bringing people in from surrounding area pops up for a week in early spring. The cherry blossom festival is a...Ocmulgee National Monument, Macon, GeorgiaOcmulgee National MonumentMacon, Georgiagreat bridges #hike #indian #mounds #history #bridgesOcmulgee National Monument, Macon, GeorgiaOcmulgee National MonumentMacon, Georgiaincredible views on the trails #hike #indian #mounds #historyUnionville, Macon, GeorgiaUnionvilleMacon, GeorgiaLook out from heart tower, tilt-shiftMiddle georgia boxing club, Macon, GeorgiaMiddle georgia boxing clubMacon, GeorgiaThe Macon boxing club. I didn't go in, but by the van out front I assume it's still open. It's attached to an abandoned building. Macon is like...The McCaw-Massee House, Macon, GeorgiaThe McCaw-Massee HouseMacon, GeorgiaThe Beaux-Arts style McCaw-Massee House at 615 College Street is called "the house that Crisco built." It was constructed in 1901 by Wallace McCaw,...North Highlands, Macon, GeorgiaNorth HighlandsMacon, GeorgiaOld abandoned building in downtown Macon.Tokyo Alley, Macon, GeorgiaTokyo AlleyMacon, GeorgiaLil hidden jewel in back alleys of downtown Macon #tokyo #alley #food #restaurant #macon #georgiaOcmulgee National Monument, Macon, GeorgiaOcmulgee National MonumentMacon, Georgia#ocmulgee #indian #mounds #trail #georgia #historySidney Lanier Cottage, Macon, GeorgiaSidney Lanier CottageMacon, GeorgiaSidney Lanier, poet, linguist, musician, mathematician and lawyer, was born in this cottage on February 3, 1842. He graduated from Oglethorpe...Joshua Cup Coffee, Macon, GeorgiaJoshua Cup CoffeeMacon, Georgiaenjoying coffee at our favorite coffee shop, Joshua's Cup #coffeeThe Cannonball House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Cannonball HouseMacon, GeorgiaThis house, built in 1853 by Judge Asa Holt, was struck by a cannon ball from Gen. Stoneman's guns in East Macon during the Battle of Dunlap's...The Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Beall-Jordan-Dunlap HouseMacon, GeorgiaThis Georgian residence (the Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House) at 315 College Street was built in 1860 for Nathan Beall, who amassed a fortune as a cotton...Coleman Hill, Macon, GeorgiaColeman HillMacon, Georgia#tree #autumn #yellow #downtown #macon
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