Mobile, Alabama is the oldest city in the state and a major port facility for the region. The city’s three centuries of history have been tied to the development of its port and the economic prosperity of the adjoining hinterland. The city hosted the first Mardi Gras festivities in North America and has a rich cultural heritage. Today, Mobile continues to serve a crucial economic role as a major port facility for the state and region.
Mobile’s French and Spanish roots are still visible in the architecture, art, food, and in the names of its streets and residents. Mobile offers the amenities and infrastructure of a major metropolitan area but has retained its sense of community and friendliness.
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