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Mississippi Capital-River

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Mississippi Capital-River

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The Mississippi Capital-River region is in the southwest of Mississippi.


  • Jackson - The state capital, with an attractive state capitol building and other attractions.
  • McComb
  • Natchez - A beautiful antebellum city with many lovely southern mansions, especially beautiful during the evening and night.
  • Pearl
  • Port Gibson
  • Ridgeland
  • Vicksburg - home of a national military park, as a very important civil war siege took place there, and there are many memorials in a beautiful location overlooking the Mississippi River.

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  • Natchez Trace Parkway - This 444 mile long parkway is administered by the National Park Service and follows a route dating back hundreds of years. Hiking, Indian mounds, natural history exhibits, and interpretive exhibits make this is leisurely and enjoyable route for motorists.



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Places to eat in the region's cities and towns are in the city and town listings.

  • Old Country Store 18801 Hwy 61, Loman, Mississippi. On Highway 61 about 40 miles north of Natchez, about 10 miles south of Port Gibson. Good fried chicken.

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