A bit about Alabama
The state of Alabama is situated in the southeast region of the United States of America. Alabama, sometimes known as America the "Heart of Dixie '' or the "Yellowhammer State," is a state in the United States with a population of 4,802,740 people and major cities such as Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile.
The state of Alabama has 53 miles of shoreline, and Interstate 65 is a heavily used road. One of Alabama's most iconic attractions is the Bankhead Tunnel, which runs beneath the Mobile River on US Route 98. Little River Falls is a natural element of Alabama's geography that has influenced the development of the state.
The lake in Alabama known as Lake Eufaula is known as the “Bass Fishing Capital of the World.”