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  • Mobile

    Founded by the French in 1702, Mobile is Alabama's oldest city and a major port facility for the...
  • Mobile Botanical Gardens

    The Mobile Botanical Gardens in the Parkhill neighborhood of west Mobile, Mobile County, features forest trails, a longleaf pine grove,…
  • Mobile Bread Riot

    The Mobile Bread Riot, which occurred on September 4, 1863, during the Civil War, was the result of rising...
  • Mobile County

    Located in the extreme southwest corner of the state, Mobile County is home to Alabama's only seaport ...
  • Mobile Medical Museum

    The Mobile Medical Museum in Mobile, Mobile County, houses more than 5,000 medical …
  • Mobile Museum of Art

    The Mobile Museum of Art in Mobile (MMofA), Mobile County, is one of the largest art museums on the Gulf Coast.
  • Mobile's Jewish Community

    Mobile boasts the oldest Jewish community in the state of Alabama. The city's present-day community...
  • Mobile's Mardi Gras

    Mobile's Mardi Gras celebration was the first in America and remains an important part of Alabama's...
  • Mobile-Tensaw Delta

    Directly north of Alabama's Mobile Bay, within a broad river valley that leads northward to the...
  • Samuel Mockbee

    Auburn University (AU) architect and professor Samuel Mockbee (1944-2001) was the driving force behind...

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