The "Bird Girl" Statue in Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia. Photo by Jack Leigh; statue from the Trosdal family plot, on the grave of Lucy Boyd Trosdal, and originally designed both as art and as a birdseed holder.
Halloween is coming and the Lights strung along the edge of the path guide visitors for a twilight tour at Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, where six Georgia governors and Gone With The Wind author Margaret Mitchell have been laid to rest.
The nickname for Geogia is "The Peach State." Georgia-grown peaches are recognized for their superior flavor, texture, appearance and nutritious qualities. Georgia also designated the peach as the official state fruit in
Things to do and sights to see in Savannah, GA. From trolley tours of historic Savannah, to points around Savannah, like Tybee Island, Wormsloe Historic Site and Boneventure Cemetery. A must read if you’re planning a first visit to Savannah Georgia