Alabama A&M University à Huntsville

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Alabama A&M University

Alabama A&M University is a historically black university located in Huntsville, Alabama, United States. Founded in 1875 as the Huntsville Normal School, it is one of the oldest public historically black universities in the country.

The campus is located in the heart of the Tennessee Valley, surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Appalachian Mountains. Tourists visiting the university can enjoy a peaceful stroll through the campus, which boasts of an impressive display of historic buildings and modern architecture. The university’s picturesque Oakwood Cemetery is the final resting place of former slaves and founders of the university.

Notable landmarks near the university include the US Space and Rocket Center, which houses the largest collection of rockets and space memorabilia in the country. The Huntsville Botanical Garden is another popular attraction, featuring beautiful gardens and greenhouses. The Monte Sano State Park, located just a few miles away, offers hiking trails and panoramic views of the valley.

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