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Alabama, nicknamed "The Heart of Dixie," was the 22nd state to be added to the U.S.A. It has historically been considered the birthplace of the civil rights movement and was once the Confederate capital. Additionally, its rich Native American history provides cultural influence and traditions that add to the mystique of today's Alabama.
Alabama is next to the Gulf of Mexico and has numerous attractions for the family and vacationers on the coast and inland. Just about any type of recreation is available within the state's diverse landscape. White sand beaches, manicured gardens, and the brilliant mountains of Northern Alabama offer outdoor recreation and excellent day trips for busy tourists.
One of the hottest visitor attractions is the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, which pays tribute to Huntsville's role in developing rockets that helped take the first man to the moon. Additionally, Alabama introduced Mardi Gras to the U.S., with its founders bringing the French celebration to the colony back in 1840.
Alabama has sunshine and warm weather for the greater part of the year. This supports the state's economy as a major producer of vegetables, fruits, and animal products. Major industries include paper, rubber, textiles, and automobile manufacturing.
Today your visit to Alabama can include a tour of Helen Keller's birthplace in Tuscumbia, the Rosa Parks Museum & Library in Montgomery, or the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship in Mobile.