Augusta Georgia Government
Augusta Georgia Government
Augusta Georgia Government

Augusta Georgia Government

We are home to the Masters Golf Tournament, the yearly Westobou Arts Festival, and the legendary Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown.

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Building Rooftop,Municipal Building

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Dragonfly hanging out on a lightning rod on top of the Municipal Building.

Old Medical College

The Old Medical College was built in 1835 to serve as home of the Medical College of Georgia. The building is a national historic landmark. http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/Augusta/oldmedicalcollega.html All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Sacred Heart Cultural Center, formerly a catholic church, has been an icon on the Augusta cityscape for many years. The building (c. 1897) is hosts many cultural activities and can be used for weddings, exhibits, and holiday events. http://www.sacredheartaugusta.org/ All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com

Augusta National Golf Club

The Augusta National is home to the most prestigious sporting event in the world: The Masters Tournament. The clubhouse is one of the most iconic images of the tournament. See http://www.masters.com for information about the tournament. All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com

Springfield Village Park

Springfield Village Park on Reynolds Street, adjacent to Springfield Baptist Church, celebrates the legacy and aspirations of the oldest African-American black church in the United States and the community from which it sprang. A 45-foot stainless-steel sculpture is the focal point of the park. http://www.visitaugusta.com/Things-to-Do/Attractions/Springfield-Village-Park All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com

Ezekiel Harris House

The Ezekiel Harris House, on Broad Street, was built in 1797 and is an example of Federal architecture. http://www.augustamuseum.org/HarrisHouse All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com

Magnolia Cemetery

Magnolia Cemetery is a sprawling cemetery with graves dating from the early 1800's. Many persons prominent in Georgia history are interred in the shadows of the hundreds of magnolia trees for which the cemetery is named. http://www.augustaga.gov/352/Magnolia All aerial photographs derived from oblique orthophotography by Pictometery International. www.pictometry.com