Places Index - L

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L : 33 Articles Found

  • Lee County
    Located in east-central Alabama, Lee County was home to two Alabama governors: William J. Samford and...
  • Leeds
    The city of Leeds is located in north-central Alabama largely in Jefferson County; in recent years, it...
  • Leesburg
    Leesburg is located in western Cherokee County in the northeastern corner of the state, less than a mile...
  • Legacy Museum of Tuskegee University
    The Legacy Museum, housed at Tuskegee University (a national historic site) in Tuskegee, Macon County...
  • Leighton
    Leighton is located in eastern Colbert County, in the northwest corner of the state. It has a mayor-city...
  • Lewis Smith Dam and Lake
    Lewis Smith Lake was created in 1961 by the Alabama Power Company as a result of the company's construction...
  • Lexington
    Lexington is located in northeastern Lauderdale County in the far northwest part of the state, on the...
  • Lighthouses of Alabama
    Alabama's lighthouses, located exclusively in and around Mobile Bay, guided ships in and out of...
  • Limestone County
    The site of numerous Civil War skirmishes, Limestone County is located in the northwest part of the state...
  • Lincoln
    Lincoln is located in northwest Talladega County, in east-central Alabama. Initially a town dependent...