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So, how about Alabama travel destinations? We do not intend to suggest those either but everything happens somewhere and we hope we have discovered the best way to organize and present our content for your entertainment and education?
First, it was decided that many would be interested in certain areas of the state of Alabama so we decided to assign articles to locations: regions, counties and cities. We divided the state into seven regions composed of counties that we determined had some commonalities. We wound up with:
- Central West Region
- Gulf Coast Region
- Mid East Region
- North East Region
- North West Region
- South East Region
- Central East Region
Bear in mind that the regions indicate nothing other than our opinion and grouping of counties with some things in common, primarily cultural similarities. However, they should prove useful to visitors coming from outside the state or traveling from the far reaches within the state. These are not the regions your kids are looking up for their homework! A lot of that can be found HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.
Each region we created is comprised of a varied number of counties. Many people are looking for information about the history of an Alabama county, or an event, person, or structure in that county, so we ascribe articles to the county in which they occurred if known. We list each county within the state under its associated region. You can access many interesting articles pertaining to each county from there.
Alabama cities are included in this site’s menu when we visit or one of our stories takes place in that city. It is not our intent to provide a comprehensive list and you will find we list lesser well-known cities and rural areas.