Central Georgia

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Central Georgia refers to the area containing the Metropolitan region surrounding the city of Macon, in Bibb County in the U.S. state of Georgia. It abuts the Atlanta metropolitan area, just to the north.

Similar, and coextensive, names for this region includes Middle Georgia and the Heart of Georgia. While no precise definition exists, there are several ways to group places as part of the area. A partial list:

Cities of Macon-Warner Robins Combined Statistical Area[edit]

Some of the most prominent cities in Middle Georgia, each with their a unique history and character, include:

Places with more than 100,000 inhabitants[edit]

  • Macon Pop: 155,369 ,the area's anchor city, largest city and the center of the area. Contains many museums, institutions of higher education, and historical buildings. In Bibb County. (Consolidated City-County Government)

Places with 50,000 to 100,000 inhabitants[edit]

  • Warner Robins Pop: 72,531 ,a Satellite City and major growth center, grew up around Robins Air Force Base. It has the third largest aviation museum in the United States and is the second largest Principal City in the CSA.[citation needed] In Houston County.

Other Suburbs, Cities and Counties[edit]

Center[edit]

Twiggs County contains the actual geographic center of the state.