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Florence, Alabama

Florence, Alabama

Located in Northwest of Alabama, on the banks of the Tennessee River, the City of Florence is here since 1818, part of the Shoals area. With a history of more than 10,000 years, this river town received the name of Florence after the Italian city with the same name.

Now, this city is the perfect place to work, live, or retire or visit, depending on what you want to do. There are many things worth visiting in this area, and you get to benefit from the hospitality of the locals, the beauty of the landscapes and everything else that the city has to offer.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Florence, AL

Spring Park

Cornerstone of historic Tuscumbia, used for various festivals, events, concerts. Spring runs throughout park; includes evenin...

Sallie Howard Memorial Baptist Chapel

Built 1937 by Col. Milford Wriarson Howard, with help of Civilian Conservation Corps. Constructed around huge boulder of moun...

Town of Mooresville

Picturesque 1818 village is oldest incorporated town in Alabama. Post office features original call boxes built prior to Civi...

Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center

Encompasses Cherokee council house museum, portion of Black Warriors' Path, largest Woodland ceremonial Indian mound in Alaba...