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Downtown in the city of Lafayette, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
LaFayette is the county seat of Walker County in Georgia USA. The population is approximately 7000. It is often called the "Queen City of the Highlands." The city was incorporated on Sept. 30, 1835.
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