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Gone with the wind and rediscovered by a prince

The northwestern corner of Georgia is located about one hour drive from Atlanta, but provides an absolute contrast to the turbulent metro area. Located in the foothills of the Appalachians, this is a quiet, rural area with meadows, pastures, gentle rolling hills, small farms, trailers and places that can hardly be called a village. Much of the area seems run down, abandoned and trashy. White and black Holsteiner cows are grazing on green pastures, in front of old huts where the scrap metal and junk collected for decades piles up, and at the next intersection an old gas station is stuck in the sixties. Across the street...

Unpublished Story of the haunted estate and adventurous life of Godfrey Barnsley and his family in North Georgia. Margaret Mitchell was inspired by the family history to write her book 'Gone With the Wind'. Many years later the abandoned estate and ruins were rediscovered, revived and restored to a modern resort by a German prince.

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