Map of Georgia Cities and Other Free Printable Maps

Shown below is a Map of Georgia Cities, followed by a Georgia road map.

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In terms of population, the ten largest cities in the state of Georgia are

  1. Atlanta
  2. Augusta
  3. Savannah
  4. Columbus
  5. Macon
  6. Athens
  7. Gainesville
  8. Albany
  9. Dalton
  10. Warner Robins

in that order.  

The state of Georgia is located in the southeastern part of the continental United States. 

It is bordered on the south by the state of Florida, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and the state of South Carolina, on the west by the state of Alabama, and on the north by the states of Tennessee and North Carolina. 

In land area, Georgia is the largest state located east of the Mississippi River.

The rugged terrain in the northern part of Georgia features the Appalachian Blue Ridge Mountains. This graduates into foothills and rivers as you reach the central region of the state, while southern Georgia occupies part of the coastal plain.

Map of Georgia Cities

Among Georgia's top tourist attractions are:

  1. International Disc Golf Center in Appling
  2. Six Flags White Water theme park in Marietta
  3. Lucy Craft Laney Black History Museum in Augusta
  4. Relief carving of men on horseback on Stone Mountain
  5. The scenic Augusta Canal 


  • The cities of Savannah, Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, and Atlanta have ALL been the Capital of Georgia, at one time or another.
  • The soft drink known as Coca Cola was first produced in Georgia in 1886.
  • Georgia is the nation’s number one producer of peanuts, pecans, and peaches.
  • The Varsity in Atlanta is the world's largest drive-in fast food restaurant.
  • Downtown Savannah is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States.
  • Some of Georgia's most famous natives are Ray Charles (Musician), Laurence Fishburne (actor), Jeff Foxworthy (Comedian), Martin Luther King Jr. (Civil Rights activist), Gladys Knight (Singer) and Julia Roberts (actress). 

Above: A detailed map of Georgia cities and roadways

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