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Albany, Georgia is constantly changing. If you live here, you often see new things popping up all over the place, a building is being torn down and a new business is coming in. Over the years, as Albany has expanded, we have had to make use with the space we have, by either restoring old buildings, or demolishing them and building something new. With that being said, here are some photos of places that we think have change drastically over the years!

Downtown Albany Courthouse

The Downtown Albany, Georgia Courthouse was built originally in 1904 until its reconstruction in 1968.

Radium Springs

Radium Springs is best known as the location of one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia“: the largest natural spring in the state. The deep blue waters of Radium Springs flow at 70,000 gallons (265,000 liters) per minute and empty into the Flint River. There is also an extensive underwater cavern system. Read more by clicking here.

The Albany Hotel (Flats @ 249)

New Albany Hotel is a historic hotel in Albany, Georgia added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is now being used as a senior living facility known as Albany Heights. Learn more by clicking here.

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