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Georgia, U.S.A.
Welcome to Lithia Springs, Georgia.
Lithia Springs is a census-designated place in Douglas County and home to little over 15,000 people. The area is named for the historic springs, with lithia meaning water. People from all over came to drink the allegedly curative waters of the springs, and it was so popular that a group of investors actually started selling it by the bottle. In addition, a huge spa and resort hotel opened with the name Sweet Water Hotel. The hotel and the water was so famous that prominent persons like Mark Twain, the Vanderbilt family and Presidents Cleveland, Taft, McKinley and Roosevelt all came to enjoy both. Today, only the natural spring remains, and the bottled water still sells in certain stores and restaurants under the name Lithia. Lithia Springs was incorporated in 1882, but dissolved in 1933 for the first time. Then it became incorporated as a town again in 1994, but dissolved for the last time in 2001 by citizen vote. The reason was the settlement of a lawsuit by the city residents, claiming the city didn't provide enough public services to justify its existence under state law. There are several local parks in Lithia and residents have access to green areas like the Sweetwater Creek State Park, home to the George Sparks Reservoir with several hiking trails.
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