Maritime forest on Cumberland Island, Georgia, USA
Cumberland Island Georgia
Georgias biggest barrier island (southeastern United States) is as wealthy in history as it's miles in nature. Here youll find miles of unspoiled beaches, maritime forests, and the remnants of early island population along with missionaries and cotton farmers. Only ruins stay at the site of Dungeness mansion, built with the aid of industrialist Thomas M. Carnegie, brother of metallic rich person Andrew Carnegie, within the Eighteen Eighties. But in its high, the ornate 59-room house served as a home for Carnegies own family and their guests. These days, the islands band of untamed horses enjoys grazing on the website.