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095 GA Regions Q&A

Georgia Regions Q&A

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How many regions are there in the state of Georgia? Five
Which Georgia regions are located in the northern part (the Mountain region of the state)? Appalachian Plateau, Ridge and Valley, and Blue Ridge
What is the name of the highest point in Georgia? Brasstown Bald Moutain
Which region is located directly below the mountain regions? The Piedmont
The Coastal Plains were once covered by what? By the water (by the Atlantic Ocean)
What are the five regions of Georgia? Appalachian Plateau, Ridge and Valley, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain
It is very flat and is part of the Okefenokee Swamp. It is the largest region in Georgia The Coastal Plain (It is about half of the state)
Georgia region located in the Northwest and it is part of a chain of mountains from Canada all the way to Alabama The Appalachian Plateau region
Georgia region located in the Northwest and it is filled with many wide valleys between long mountain ridges The Valley and Ridge region
Georgia region with highest mountains, and 20 of which are over 4,000 feet high The Blue Ridge region
It is located in the center of Georgia, statewide, full of rolling hills and is home to the the state capital The Piedmont region
Created by: Mindful_Pumpkin