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Augusta's got it all

Getting tired of the action on the greens? Don't worry, not every local site is related to golf. Augusta is full of history and these attractions are proof. Here are some of the secret places that Augustans show guests when they come to town.

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ASU maintains Arsenal's past

The newly restored Augusta Arsenal guardhouse is one of the many historic attractions at Augusta State University, which was built at the site of the federal military installation.

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An uncommon spot

Area residents looking for a sunny spot to sit or visitors seeking a pleasant place to read more about the city's history might want to check out the Augusta Common.

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Time takes toll on old church

Once a thriving center for worship, with its Corinthian columns and domed green roof, the old First Baptist Church stands at Greene and Eighth streets as a reminder of yesteryear.

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Lookaway has lofty viewpoint

Each Masters Week, Lookaway becomes an attractive spot for vacationers, because it serves as a bed-and-breakfast inn. For history buffs in town this week, it also provides a glimpse back in time. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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