region in Alabama, United States
- 1 Montgomery - the capital of Alabama
- 2 Andalusia
- 3 Auburn - home to Auburn University
- 4 Butler
- 5 Demopolis
- 6 Dothan
- 7 Enterprise - home of the Boll Weevil Monument and Enterprise State Community College
- 8 Eufaula
- 9 Florala - Home of Sgt. Rodney J. Evans (Medal of Honor Recipient), the longest Masonic day Celebration (June 24), and Lake Jackson based Florala State Park.
- 10 Geneva - Home of Constitution Oak, the largest and possibly oldest live oak tree in the state
- 11 Georgiana - birthplace of Hank Williams Sr.
- 12 Greenville
- 13 Luverne
- 14 Millbrook
- 15 Phenix City - home of University of Alabama football player Earl Alexander, former home of MLB player Tim Hudson of the Braves
- 16 Selma
- 17 Troy - home of Troy University
- 18 Tuskegee
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This section of Alabama is known for its thick Southern accent that is for noticeable in people of this area of Alabama rather than the northern and central sections.