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Augusta, Georgia Panoramic Skyline Picture

Augusta, Georgia Panoramic Skyline Picture

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This aerial panorama of Augusta, Georgia, was taken by Christopher Gjevre. Nicknamed "The Garden City," Augusta is the second-largest city and the second-largest metro area in the state after Atlanta. Long ago, the site of Augusta was used by Native Americans as a place to cross the Savannah River, which is partially visible in the upper right corner of the picture. Today, Augusta is best known for hosting one of four major championships in professional golf. The event is scheduled the first full week of April and is the first of the majors to be played each year. Unlike the other major championships, the event is held each year at the same location at a private golf club in the city of Augusta.
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Augusta, Georgia City Skyline Wall Decor

Augusta skyline pictures capture the beauty of the second-largest city in the state of Georgia. Nicknamed "The Garden City", its landscape is famously prized with a humid subtropical climate. In addition, The Masters Tournament is the most famous tourist attraction annually. Our Augusta city skyline wall art prominently features this world-famous golf destination.

The Savannah River is featured in our Augusta city wall art. This made the region a strong destination for fishing and trading centuries ago. In addition, our Augusta skyline decor shows a city with deep historical background whose buildings date to the pre-Civil War. Also, the Augusta Downtown Historic District was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2004. Augusta National Golf Club, featured in many Augusta skyline panoramas, also has a storied past, originally opening for play in 1933. It has hosted the annual Masters Tournament since 1934.

Whether you are a fan of the fine city of Augusta or its world-famous private golf course, there is beauty to be found in any corner of an Augusta skyline panoramic picture.

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