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(+I 404 or +I 678 or +I 706 or +I 770 or +I 9I2)
Georgia is the 4th state in the USA - became a state in I788
the local internet code .ga.us has not been adopted - only pioneer code .com
 I53,95I km² (59,44I sq miles) - 7,353,225 people
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phone system
local calls
no area code inside
the same area

national long distance
national prefix: I
area code: ---  (always 3 digits)
number: --- ----  (always 7 digits)
example:
calling form Georgia
to


international calls
international prefix: 0II
country code: - or -- or ---
number: ???

exeption !   Canada or
the Carribbeans
  (I --- --- ----)
are also part of the
North American
numbering Plan (NANP)

exampe
calling from Georgia
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in France
+33 I 422I IIII  Phonebook of the World
0II 33 I 422I IIII
II rue des IIaIIes
PAR
IS Ier


usefull numbers
american operator 4II
call the operator from
outside the US
+I 405 555 I2I2
international operator
(call from inside the US)
I0I0 2220

Fire 9II  Police 9II


calling from abroad

to Georgia
+I --- --- ----


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Coca Cola from Atlanta Georgia


State of
Georgia (GA)


divided into Colonies


founding Colony
(later called State)
Independance Declaration july 4 I776

Capital: Atlanta

Governor

State of Georgia


languages English


economy:
GNP ? $/person
total ?  billion $
home to ?/500 of the
World's largest companies


geography
Brasstown Bald, highest Mountain of Georgia
Brasstown Bald 1,459 m
longest river
largest lake

 
 

When the direct dial system started in I952 area codes were very simple:
2I2 for New York, 2I3 for LA, 2I4 for Dallas, 2I5 for Pennsylvania,
but today,  there are no more guidelines

areacodes by code: 200 - 300 - 400 - 500 - 600 - 700 - 800 - 900
areacodes by area: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P
PARIS - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
 

Phonebook of Atlanta.com


Atlanta (+I 404)
Atlanta Metro Area (+I 678) - Atlanta Suburbs (+I 770)

Athens (+I 706) - Augusta (+I 706) - Macon (+I 9I2) - Savannah (+I 9I2)


 
When the direct dial system started in I952 area codes were very simple:
2I2 for New York, 2I3 for LA, 2I4 for Dallas, 2I5 for Pennsylvania,
but today,  there are no more guidelines

areacodes by code: 200 - 300 - 400 - 500 - 600 - 700 - 800 - 900
areacodes by area: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P
PARIS - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
 
     
     
 
 


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State of Georgia
Georgia's new official flag was adopted on January 30, 200I.
Georgia's previous, controversial flag was based on the Confederate flag, which was a painful reminder of slavery to many people.
The new flag was designed as a compromise, picturing the older flag in miniature.

On a blue field the Georgia flag showcases the state seal, a ribbon expresses Georgia's flag history and the words "In God We Trust".
Thirteen stars surrounding the seal denotes Georgia's position as one of the original thirteen colonies.
On the seal three pillars supporting an arch represent the three branches of government; legislative, judicial and executive.
A man with sword drawn is defending the Constitution, whose principles are wisdom, justice and moderation.
The date 1776 represents the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
A ribbon displays the thirteen star U.S. flag (I777-1795),
Georgia's first flag (I879), Georgia's I920-I956 flag, Georgia's I956 flag and the 50 star U.S. flag.
Adopted January 30, 200I


I956 - 200I flag of the State of Georgia
designed by John Bel, chaiman of Georgias Democratic party
.
The flag is divided into two parts. The right side has the the Battle Flag of the Confederacy, with 13 stars.
The left side has Georgia's seal on a deep blue ground.
The state seal pictures three pillars (symbolizing the three branches of government in the USA:
the Legislative, the Executive and the Judicial) under an arch (symbolizing the Constitution),
the year 1776 (the date of the Declaration of Independence), and banners reading "CONSTITUTION," "JUSTICE," "WISDOM," and "MODERATION."


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