Geography of Georgia (U.S. State)

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of the U.S. state Georgia?
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What is the state nickname of Georgia?
The Peach State
What is the largest Protestant denomination in Georgia?
Southern Baptist
What is the most valuable crop produced in Georgia?
Cotton
In what city has the Masters (golf) been held in every year since 1934?
Augusta
What mountain, near Atlanta, was carved with Confederate leaders?
Stone Mountain
What crop is the city of Vidalia famous for?
Sweet Onion
What mountain range touches the extreme northern parts of Georgia?
Blue Ridge Mountains
What is the official state crop of Georgia? (once farmed by Jimmy Carter)
Peanuts
What was the most populous city in Georgia before the Civil War?
Savannah
What nickname for the city of Atlanta was promoted by mayor William B. Hartsfield?
The City Too Busy
to Hate
What metropolitan area does Georgia share with Alabama?
Columbus
What group of four barrier islands face the port city of Brunswick?
Golden Isles
What type of "vivarium" is Georgia home to the largest in the U.S.?
(hint: whale sharks live there)
Aquarium
On what river are the reservoirs Lanier and West Point built?
Chattahoochee
What county is Atlanta the seat of?
Fulton
What is the name of Atlanta's airport? (world's busiest)
Hartsfield–Jackson
What University town was the home of musical groups R.E.M. and the B-52s?
Athens
What silicon dioxide mineral is the state gemstone of Georgia?
Quartz
What is the most populous city in Central Georgia?
Macon
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