What you need to know about Alabama
Both residents and tourists enjoy the warm climate in Alabama year round. The best places to live in Alabama include Montgomery, Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile. The Yellowhammer State (named after its state bird) features outdoor amenities like four national forests, Natchez Trace Parkway and inland waterways. There are strong economic sectors in agriculture, aerospace, manufacturing, mining and banking, and top universities include University of Alabama, Auburn University, Troy University and Tuskegee University.
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