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  1. 30.5283°N 88.1970°W. / 30.5283; -88.1970. Government Street is the name given to portions of U.S. Route 90 (US 90) and US 98 within the city limits of Mobile, Alabama. It is known as Government Boulevard west of Pinehill Drive, and as Government Street east of it. It is the most important road on Mobile's far south side and is the only ...

  2. Mobile est una tzitade de unos 193.000 bividores de sos Istados Unidos de Amèrica, chi s'agatat in s'istadu de Alabama, in ue est sea de sa Contea de Mobile. S'area metropolitana contat unos 565.000 residentes.

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    Mobile har også den eldste og nest største -feiringen i USA, fra 1703. Naturgeografi. Mobile ligger på 30 grader nordlig lengde og 88 grader vestlig bredde, i det sørvestlige hjørnet av den amerikanske delstaten Alabama. Byen har et samlet areal på 413 km², hvorav 305 km² er land og 107 km² (26,1 %) er vann.

  4. Christ Church Cathedral was established in 1823 as the first Episcopal congregation in Mobile, Alabama and the first in the State of Alabama. The first Anglican church services had been conducted at Fort Charlotte during the British occupation of Mobile. [1] The cornerstone of the current Greek Revival building was laid in 1838, with ...

  5. Mobile este cea mai largă municipalitate costală între New Orleans, statul Louisiana și Saint Petersburg, statul Florida, fiind și municipalitatea centrală a zonei metropolitane Mobile (sau Metropolitan Statistical Area - MSA), o regiune populată de 411.721 locuitori, care ocupă întreg comitatul omonim, Mobile, fiind cea de-a doua zonă metropolitană a statului Alabama.

  6. Lambert C. Mims. The official flag of Mobile is a flag which represents the seal of the six flags that have flown over the state of Alabama before and since it became a state. [1] The flag was adopted in December 1968 after one was suggested by Commissioner Lambert C. Mims. The original seal which was used in the flag was adopted in 1961.

  7. A map of Mobile Bay and surroundings during the American Civil War. Mobile, Alabama during the American Civil War was an important port city on the Gulf of Mexico for the Confederate States of America. Mobile fell to the Union Army late in the war following successful attacks on the defenses of Mobile Bay by the Union Navy .