Mobile is the southern home of Alabama and one of the largest cities in the state. Mobile is located in, coincidently, Mobile County and is located on the Gulf Coast of the United States of America. Mobile is home to southern hospitality, metropolitan aspects and culturally aware business areas.
Mobile is a cultural melting pot with influences from all over the world. Mardi Gras and the Mystic Society are especially popular, both of which start its preparation in November by residents of Mobile. Mobile’s museums such as the African American museum and Mobile Museum of Art are also hot spots. Battleship Memorial Park is also a very famous veterans unit. The arts are very important to Mobile because of its background.
The cities that surround Mobile, Alabama include Prichard, Saraland, Chickasaw, Satsuma, Creole, and Mount Vernon. Counties around Mobile include Washington county, Baldwin county, Jackson county, George county, and Greene county. Mobile is the largest city with close to 175,000 people in the city. The interstates of 10,65, and highways 43,45 are adjacent to Mobile. Try going to Mobile for some southern hospitality and indulging your artsy soul. Mobile has many middle income to low income housing in the city.