About Georgia, United States
Georgia is a state in the southern United States, and was established in 1732. It was the last of the original 13 colonies. Atlanta is the capitol, and is home to the High Museum of Art, the CNN Center, and other metropolitan attractions. The famous Appalachian Trail crosses through Georgia, and rock climbing and white water rafting are also popular outdoor activities in the state.
Georgia is often called the "Peach State" because the fruit is grown throughout the state. The state flower is a Cherokee Rose. President Jimmy Carter was from Plains, Georgia, in addition to the musician Ray Charles and the cooking sensation Paula Dean.