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Georgia, U.S.A.
Welcome to Flowery Branch, Georgia.
Flowery Branch is located in Hall County and has a population of around 5,700 people. It is believed that the city was named Anaguluskee, after a Cherokee Indian word meaning flowers on the branch. The vast shores of Lake Sidney Lanier favorably situate this quaint little town, which is located only 45 minutes from downtown Atlanta. With its lakefront spot at the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills, Flowery Branch features a stunning landscape that is hard to resist. While Flowery Branch is a quintessential small town, it still features plenty of amenities. The city was established in 1873 during the cotton-era, and today the Flowery Branch is filled with beautiful historic buildings. Venture down to Main Street, and experience the turn the century with the most pastoral of streets, where residents and tourists blend in a lively crowd. Suiting to its name, Flowery Branch is a green town with plenty of trees throughout, further accentuating the historical appeal. Best of all, the real estate market in Flowery Branch is affordable, so it won't cost you an arm and a leg to experience the idyll. As far as city recreation, Flowery Branch offers far more than its size would have you believe. For one, the NFL Atlanta Falcons has been practicing in the city since 2005, and fans area able to participate in numerous activities at the training camp. Watch the practice, get an autograph or participate in interactive games the possibilities are really generous. Kids can also train to become future sports heroes at the Junior Falcons Training Camp. For outdoor fun, a visit at Lake Sidney Lanier is obviously the first choice for many. With 38,000 acres of water surface, it is a very popular spot in Georgia. Rent a boat, go fishing or just relax on the beach the options are endless. As far as culture, check out the Historic Train Depot Museum, where visitors can enjoy exhibits, pictures and written material about the town and the century old depot. The museum is a very frequented spot, with thousands of attendees year in and year out. Should you ever want to leave this idyllic town, just drive four short miles to the Gilmer Memorial Airport and you'll be on your way anywhere you want!
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