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Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta

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#6 of 8 in Historic Sites in Augusta
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Magnolia Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in Augusta, Georgia. It was officially founded in August 1818. Spanning over 60 acres, it is home to the final resting place of seven Confederate Generals, five Jewish cemeteries, a Greek Cemetery, and the oldest tree in the state of Georgia,.
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  • You wouldn't think strolling through a cemetary would be much of an interesting trip. We took our car and drove through two hundred plus years of Augusta history. There are many markers depicting... 
    You wouldn't think strolling through a cemetary would be much of an interesting trip. We took our car and drove through two hundred plus years of Augusta history. There are many markers depicting...  more »
  • I am not the type of person that makes a habit of visiting cemeteries but I was traveling with my family and my parents. My mom and dad wanted to stop so we checked it out. This is a very old... 
    I am not the type of person that makes a habit of visiting cemeteries but I was traveling with my family and my parents. My mom and dad wanted to stop so we checked it out. This is a very old...  more »
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  • What a beautiful cemetery! Even visiting when it was freezing out, I was happy to walk around this unexpected gem in Augusta, GA. My fiance and I came initially just to visit the vault of Wyllys, who was a notorious, superstitious gambler. However, we enjoyed the huge magnolias, the deep-rooted history, and the solemn scenery for a lot longer than I expected that we would. If you enjoy historic places or cemeteries, this is definitely one I would suggest. As someone else's review said: this place has been here a LONG, long time!
  • love older cemeteries filled with history. this cemetery is full of history, with so much architect. please check out more of my pictures on Southeastern Cemetery Explorer.

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