If you’re like us, the holidays are an excuse to indulge in a little holiday cheer.
But if you’re a tourist from out of state, you’re bound to miss out on some of the most memorable sights and sounds in the state.
Here are our top ten travel destinations in the southern part of the state, which includes the state capital, Birmingham.
Alabama State Fair: Located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the Alabama State Convention Center is the largest of its kind in the country, with a seating capacity of over 10,000 people.
It is located on the site of the former Alabama Capitol building.
A state fair is a huge event that attracts millions of visitors each year, and is considered one of the largest in the United States.
The Alabama State fair has been held every year since 1869, and each year brings in hundreds of thousands of people from all over the United State.
The fair also hosts an annual musical performance, the Great Alabama Concert, which has a large following of Alabama music lovers.
The state’s flag is the Alabama flag.
The annual Alabama-wide Thanksgiving celebration, also known as “Alabama Thanksgiving,” is one of Alabama’s biggest holidays, with over 10 million people attending over 200 different Thanksgiving events.
The first Thanksgiving was held on the eve of Thanksgiving Day in 1861.
The last Thanksgiving was celebrated in the fall of 2018, with the first and last Thanksgiving Day celebrations taking place on November 11, 2018.
The Great Alabama Festival of Music is a massive celebration of American music and American culture.
The festival is held every fall, and has become one of America’s largest and most popular festivals.
The main festival features performances by the likes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Billy Joel, The Who, and more.
National Zoo: The National Zoo is one the most visited attractions in the world.
The zoo has over 13 million visitors annually, and the zoo is home to over 40,000 animals, including endangered and captive species.
The National Park Service maintains the zoo’s four major areas of operation, the Mammoth, the Blue Ridge, the South Ridge and the Rocky Mountains.
The South Ridge is home of the iconic Blue Ridge Mountains National Park, which is home for more than 1,000 species of plants, animals, and insects.
The Mammoth is home the zoo, with more than 5,000 wild animals and more than 4,000 plants.
Hoover Dam: The Hoover Dam is one in the nation’s tallest structures, with its 818-foot (250-meter) high concrete structure, spanning two counties and a city.
Built in 1931, it has a total length of nearly 1,800 feet (305 meters), and is the tallest structure in the U.S. with a total weight of over 3.4 million tons (2,000,000 kilograms).
The dam is one-of-a-kind, and not a part of any of the other dams in the USA.
The Hoover is a national historic landmark, and features a unique, 18-foot-tall (4.4-meter-high) water tower that rises from the ground.
The structure was built by the Hoover Dam District to provide power to the Hoover’s water supply and to serve as a natural gas transmission station.
Great Smoky Mountains National Seashore: The Great Smokies National Seishore is a National Historic Landmark and is home on the Great Smokey Mountains National Preserve in the Appalachian Mountains.
It was established in 1932 and is known as the National Seistory, the largest National Historic Site in the Great Smokey Mountains.
Located in the Smokie Mountains, the preserve has been designated as a National Monument and National Historic District.
Located within the Preserve are some of Americas most iconic historic landmarks, including the historic Stonewall Jackson House, the historic Blackstone Tavern, the Blackstone Hotel, and many more.
The site is also home to the historic Pawnee River and the Blue River.
Little Rock, Arkansas: The Little Rock Historic District is a unique part of Little Rock and the South.
The district is home mostly to the Little Rock Historical Society, which maintains a number of historic buildings, including historic buildings that were used as prison cells during the Civil War.
The historic buildings include the Old North Church, the Historic City Hall, and most recently the Little Green Man Tavern.
National Parks and Natural Areas: The Grand Canyon, the Grand Canyon Falls, and Grand Teton National Parks are among the most famous natural areas in the continental United States and the National Park System.
The Grand T.C. is home not only to one of Colorado’s most famous waterfall but also the Grand Totten National Forest, which spans over 7,000 acres (3,500 hectares).
The Grand Tetons most iconic natural area is the Tetons largest canyon, known as Tetons Canyon. The