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Columbia is home to many local attractions including the Omussee Creek Park.


The city is located in Houston County (Southeast Region), in SE Alabama at the Georgia state line along Highway 52 on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near Dothan putting it in theDothan, Alabama metro area.
The city is home to the Farley Nuclear Power Pland which has the Farley Nuclear Visitors Center where tours can be taken of the facility.
Another accommodation in the area is the Omussee Creek Park where there is a picnic area and playground.


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