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  1. Augusta is a city in the state of Georgia. As of 2020, the population was 202,081. In 1996, the governments of the City of Augusta and Richmond County combined to form the Augusta-Richmond County. The consolidated city-county is today simply known as "Augusta, Georgia".

  2. Aug 12, 2003 · Augusta, Georgia’s second oldest and third largest city, is the seat of Richmond County. Nature helped determine the course of Augusta’s history.

  3. Richmond County is located in the state of Georgia in the U.S. As of the 2020 census, the population was 206,607. [2] It is one of the original counties of Georgia, created on February 5, 1777. Following an election in 1995, Augusta (the county seat) consolidated governments with Richmond County.

  4. Welcome to Augusta, Georgia, the Garden City of the South, home of the globally-recognized Masters Tournament, birthplace of Soul Icon James Brown, and home of the US Army's Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Eisenhower.

  5. Augusta ( / əˈɡʌstə / ə-GUSS-tə) is a consolidated city-county on the central eastern border of the U.S. state of Georgia. The city lies directly across the Savannah River from North Augusta, South Carolina at the head of its navigable portion.

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    Augusta is a city in the state of Georgia. As of 2020, the population was 202,081. In 1996, the governments of the City of Augusta and Richmond County combined to form the Augusta-Richmond County. The consolidated city-county is today simply known as "Augusta, Georgia".

  7. Augusta, Georgia was founded in 1736 as part of the British colony of Georgia, under the supervision of colony founder James Oglethorpe. It was the colony's second established town, after Savannah. Today, Augusta is the second-largest city in Georgia, and the largest city of the Central Savannah River Area.

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