Georgia


Georgia

Georgia has two principal meanings:

* Georgia (country)
* Georgia (U.S. state)

Georgia may also refer to:

Places

* Georgia (country), previously known as:
** Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (1921–1991), part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
** Democratic Republic of Georgia (DRG) (1918–1921)
** Georgian Kingdom
**Monarchy of Georgia Movement to restore the monarchy
* Georgia (U.S. state), previously known as:
** Province of Georgia (1732–1776)
* Georgia, Indiana
* Georgia, Vermont
* Georgia Avenue, in Washington, DC, USA
* Georgia Street, in Vancouver, Canada
* New Georgia, one of the Solomon Islands
* South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, a British overseas territory
* Strait of Georgia, in British Columbia, Canada

Media and entertainment

* "Georgia" (1988 film), an Australian thriller
* "Georgia" (1995 film), an American independent drama
* "Georgia" (song), a song by Field Mob
* "Georgia on My Mind", a song sung by Ray Charles
* "Georgia", a song by Hanson on the album "The Walk"

Naval ships

* USS "Georgia" (BB-15), a battleship commissioned in 1906
* USS "Georgia" (SSGN-729), a submarine commissioned in 1984
* CSS "Georgia" (cruiser)
* CSS "Georgia" (battery)

Other uses

* Georgia (name), a female given name
* Georgia (typeface)
* Georgia (drink)
* University of Georgia

ee also

*George (disambiguation)
*Georgian (disambiguation)


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