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Georgia, U.S.A.
Welcome to Lilburn, Georgia.
This town of around 12,000 residents is situated a 35-minute drive from downtown Atlanta. Lilburn was founded by the Seaboard Airline Railway, and was previously known as McDaniel. In 1910 the city was incorporated and named after railroad manager Lilburn Trigg Myers. Today the city is a safe and family oriented town with green surroundings and excellent schools. The city is proud of its strong community spirit, which is often displayed in festivals and other events. If you're in town during the month of October, check out the Lilburn Daze Arts and Crafts Festival, a merry event drawing hundreds of different vendors and thousands of attendees. Downtown Lilburn has been revitalized with plenty of shopping, cafes, restaurants and various entertainment venues. A stunning collection of antique items can be scouted at the Antiques in Old Town, where local antique traders are based. Another spot to check out is the Yellow River Game Ranch, a large wildlife area where people can experience up-close interaction with animals indigenous to Georgia. You'll find a wide range of animals like deer, bunnies, buffalo, sheep, goats, black bears and more, some of which can actually be petted. For everyday outings, residents can enjoy the green escape of the Lilburn City Park, a 10-acre park with features like walking and jogging trails, a playground, and several ball courts. For an outdoor fitness experience, head down to the Camp Creek Greenway Trail, where you can run or hike your way through the woods, along the railway and over bridges. The park has become a welcome respite for people who want to get away from work, and lunch-hours tend to be pretty crowded. Finally, those who are interested in foreign cultures should stop by the BAPS Swaminarayan Hindu Temple in Lilburn, which is the largest Hindu temple of its kind outside of India. With its stunning architecture it is a true visual treat and an boastful addition to the small city.
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