Georgia the country or Georgia USA?

Can you tell them apart?
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Last updated: September 24, 2021
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1. Higher population
Georgia the country
Georgia USA
The country: close to 4 million (it's complicated). The state: close to 11 million
2. Used to be a kingdom
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3. Greater proportion of Christians
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The country: 88%. The state: 80%.
4. Has a long-established wine industry
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The country has been producing wine since neolithic times. The state's wine industry was wiped out during Prohibition, and a new industry began in the 1980s.
5. Has hosted the Olympic Games
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Atlanta 1996
6. Greater land area
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The country: 69,700 sq km (26,900 sq mi). The state: 149,976 sq km (57,906 sq mi)
7. Childhood home of painter Mark Rothko
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Rothko began life in the part of Russia that is now Latvia, and moved to the American state of Oregon at the age of ten
8. Cars drive on the right
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9. Site of the deepest known cave on Earth
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Veryovkina Cave is 17.5 km long
10. Home of the University of Georgia
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Founded in the country in 2004. Founded in the state in 1785.
11. Site of the world's largest bas-relief sculpture
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The Confederate Memorial Carving, at Stone Mountain
12. Highest peak
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Country: Shkhara is 17,000 ft above sea level. State: Brasstown Bald is 4,784 ft above sea level
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