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Here are the top ten articles for the Southeast USA Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Baton Rouge Louisiana
Baton Rouge is famous for its music, its food, and its casinos. It possesses a rich history shaped by many, many cultures. The sounds, sights, and smells can stir the blood and make your soul sing. Come experience all of its flavors!

2. National Civil War Naval Museum
Usually when you think about the Civil War, you remember the great land battles like Gettysburg or Bull Run. However, much of the war was fought on the sea and major waterways. Discover the National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, GA

3. Grits
Grits - a Southern staple for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But how do you cook the very best grits? Depends on what you like!

4. South Carolina Profile
South Carolina has a long proud history. South Carolinians have never taken well to authority at a distance. They were leaders in the resistance leading up to the Revolutionary war. Discover more about the state and its history.

5. Calloway Gardens Georgia
Calloway Gardens Georgia is the perfect destination for both relaxation and excitement as visitors explore their many featured adventures.

6. Historical Columbia South Carolina
History off the beaten path can be found in Columbia, South Carolina. From the Revolutionary and Civil Wars to the hippie movement with a taste of Egypt and music thrown in for dramatic flair, there is history for all in Columbia!

7. Helen Keller Birthplace - Tuscumbia Alabama
If you find yourself in northern Alabama, near Muscle Shoals, consider a visit to historic Ivy Green, birthplace of Helen Keller and the setting for the film Miracle Worker. Ivy Green provides a wonderful peek into history. Learn more and plan your visit.

8. One Fine Day in Blackville, SC
Blackville, a small town in rural Barnwell County was something of a tourist destination even before there were white settlers in the area. Though it has suffered through bad economy and declining population, it is still a great place for a day trip.

9. Ice Tea
Sometimes called Southern Table Wine, sweet ice tea is a staple in the southeast US. Although it is available in many other parts of the country, in cooler climes ice tea is reserved for the height of summer while southerners drink it year round. Here's a little history.

10. Heyward-Washington House
"George Washington slept here." These words, at one time, were posted in so many locations that they came to be fodder for comedians. "That George Washington fellow must have slept around a lot." Yet, one home in Charleston can truthfully make this claim.



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