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"Historic Prison Cemetery"

The Andersonville National Historic Site is a vivid reminder of human rights violation during the American Civil War. It preserves the Camp Sumter or Andersonville Prison, a camp for prisoners of war. Built in 1864, it features on the National Register of Historic Places. This 514-acre (208-hectare) site also comprises of a museum and cemetery that makes for a reflective visit.
760 POW Road, Andersonville, GA, United States, 31711
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"Historic Prison Cemetery"
The Andersonville National Historic Site is a vivid reminder of human rights violation during the American Civil War. It preserves the Camp Sumter or Andersonville Prison, a camp for prisoners of war. Built in 1864, it features on the National Register of Historic Places. This 514-acre (208-hectare) site also comprises of a museum and cemetery that makes for a reflective visit.
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