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Demopolis, Alabama
Founded in March of 1817 by a group of political exiles that had been banished from France by King Louis XVIII, the city of Demopolis, Alabama offers the perfect combination of historic ambiance and modern industry. Located in Marengo County in the west central part of Alabama, the area surrounding Demopolis is commonly known as the Black Belt Region and Upper Coastal Plain Area. Strategically positioned within the geographic triangle formed by Tuscaloosa to the north, Mobile to the south and Montgomery to the east, Demopolis is the gateway to the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway System. Offering many recreational opportunities, local residents particularly enjoy boating and fishing on the 10,000 acre lake which was created when the Demopolis Lock and Dam was constructed.

Average temperatures: Winter 50ºF, Spring 65ºF, Summer 81ºF, Fall 70ºF
Average yearly rainfall: 51 inches
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