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Store at the National Infantry Museum, Columbus, Georgia
Georgia, USA
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center houses 1,500 firearms, vehicles and military paintings. Opened in 2009, this 190,000 square foot facility is a great venue for events and the top tourist attraction in Columbus.
Copyright: James Womack
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