21 Georgia cities to see the total solar eclipse in all its glory

The countdown has begun for one of the most anticipated celestial phenomenon of our time - the total solar eclipse.

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On Monday, Aug. 21, hundreds of thousands of spectators will gather equipped with solar eclipse glasses, a folding chair and bellies full of excitement.

If you have yet to settle on the perfect spot to witness this marvel, you’re in luck.

We have gathered the Georgia locations where you can see the totality of the solar eclipse on Monday. 

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Here are 21 of the best places to watch the solar eclipse in all its glory:

1. Baldwin

2. Clayton. Nearby: Black Rock Mountain State Park

3. Gumlog

4. McCaysville

5. Tallulah Falls

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6. Blairsville. Nearby Young Harris

7. Cleveland

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8. Hartwell. Nearby: Private camping may be available

9. Morganton

10. Tiger

11. Blue Ridge

12. Cornelia

13. Helen

14. Rabun Gap. Nearby Rabun Gap Nacoochee School

15. Toccoa

16. Carnesville

17. Demorest

18. Hiawassee

19. Royston 

20. Clarkesville

21. Dillard. Nearby: Dillard City Hall Fairgrounds

For more on the total eclipse locations and times, visit eclipse2017.org.

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