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Ranked #1 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Historic Sites
Martin Luther King's residence from September 1954 to February 1960.
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Ranked #2 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: History Museums; Libraries
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Ranked #3 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., used the pulpit of this unassuming red brick church to lead the 1955-56 Montgomery bus boycott,... more » Owner description: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., used the pulpit of this unassuming red brick church to lead the 1955-56 Montgomery bus boycott, which ignited the civil rights movement. Steeped in history, this church, where Dr. King served as pastor from 1954 to 1960, was also the site of many civil rights meetings during that era. « less
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Ranked #4 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Monuments/ Statues
Owner description: The names of 40 people killed in the battle for civil rights between 1954, when the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed segregation,... more » Owner description: The names of 40 people killed in the battle for civil rights between 1954, when the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed segregation, and 1968, the year of the assassination of Martin Luther King, are embedded forever in this round, flat, granite sculpture. Water flows gently over the surface of the inspiring memorial, designed by Maya Lin, who also created the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. « less
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Ranked #5 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Historic Sites
Built in 1835, this was the home of the Confederacy President, Jefferson Davis.
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Ranked #6 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Cemeteries
Grave sites of Hank Williams, Sr., and his wife in the Oakwood Cemetery Annex.
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Ranked #7 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Historic Sites; Historic Walking Areas; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas
Owner description: Get a taste of what life was like in 19th-century Montgomery, where three blocks of historic houses show how people lived in... more » Owner description: Get a taste of what life was like in 19th-century Montgomery, where three blocks of historic houses show how people lived in that era. You'll see barns, a one-room schoolhouse, a church, cotton gin and the striking contrast of rich versus poor - from mansions to a tiny house lined with newspaper for insulation. « less
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Ranked #8 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Walking Areas
Historic area of the Civil Rights Movement.
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Ranked #9 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Educational Sites
Owner description: Fifty-eight-acre campus in Montgomery's scenic suburb plays host to a variety of community events, dance performances,... more » Owner description: Fifty-eight-acre campus in Montgomery's scenic suburb plays host to a variety of community events, dance performances, concerts and college ceremonies. « less
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Ranked #10 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Historic Sites
Where Rosa Parks was arrested on December 1, 1955.
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Ranked #11 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Religious Sites
The church where Jefferson Davis worshipped during the Civil War.
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Ranked #12 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Cemeteries
Burial site for Governors George and Lurleen Wallace.
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Ranked #13 of 14 Cultural in Montgomery
Category: Government Buildings
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