Tuscaloosa,Alabama By: marey roby

Location

Downtown Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa is a city, and is the seat of Tuscaloosa County, and also is in West Central Alabama. Tuscaloosa resides by the banks of the Black Warrior River, and is controlled by a mayor/council type and has up to 98,332 residents. Tuscaloosa is the County seat of 1,340 square mile Tuscaloosa City.

Things To Do

Bryant-Denny Stadium

If you are a football fan you could visit Bryant-Denny Stadium. This is where the Alabama Crimson Tide football team plays their home games.

Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team

Denny Chimes Tower

If you like towers you might want to visit the Denny Chimes Tower, named after George H. Denny who was the president from 1912 until 1936, and again in 1941.

Bama Theater

If you are interested in Musical Plays you could visit the old Historical Bama Theater, which as of right now is their performing arts center.

Tuscaloosa Ampiheater

But if you like big music performances, you might want to visit the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater can hold up to 7,470 people into it.

Culture

(Left) Dickens Downtown Festival, (Right) Sakura Festival, (Top) Weindorf Festival

On the top is the Weindorf Festival, it's for when the German Immigrants celebrate their bond with Germans. On the right is the Sakura Festival, that's where Tuscaloosa celebrates their bond with Japan. On the left is the Dickens Downtown where they celebrate the true spirit of Christmas, and with that they perform scenes from A Christmas Carol.

Historical Information

Lucy Clock Tower

This is the Lucy Clock Tower, it's named after Autherine Lucy who was the first African American to be accepted in a white public school.

Malone-Hood Plaza

This is the Malone-Hood Plaza its names after James Hood and Vivian Malone. Vivian Hood was the first African American to graduate after the desegregation, and James Hood got his PHD in philosophy.

Recent News

Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team

This is the Alabama Crimson Tide football team, they were recently ranked number one going into the College Football Playoff National Championship game. Alabama lost the National Championship to the Clemson Tigers 35-31, it was said to be "one of the greatest games all time."

Credits:

Created with images by RougeRiver - "The Cypress Inn" • RougeRiver - "Downtown" • alwright1 - "Pregame" • tpsdave - "university of alabama denny chimes sky" • Visit Tuscaloosa - "Bama Theatre" • Visit Tuscaloosa - "Tuscaloosa Amphitheater panorama" • Azchael - "Visitors having a look at the booth "Maultaschenbörse"" • mikebfotos - "strolling through time" • yoppy - "東京船用電球(株)" • USDAgov - "20131118-OC-RBN-0992" • skeeze - "football american football college"

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