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Satellite Image Map of Birmingham, Alabama




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Birmingham Image Information


The Landsat satellite image above gives an aerial view of the streets, suburbs and environment of Birmingham, AL. Birmingham is located in north-central Alabama on the Village River and just north of the Shades and Double Oak Mountains. It has a population of approximately 242820 people.

Birmingham, AL Area Communities:


Communities and suburbs visible in the satellite view above include: Pleasant Grove, Hueytown, Bessemer, Hoover, Helena, Pelham, Alabaster, Vestavia Hills, Leeds, Moody, Trussville, Center Point, Gardendale, Fultondale, Tuscaloosa, Northport, Anniston, Southside, Rainbow City, Talladega.

Birmingham, AL Area Places:


Physical and cultural features visible in the satellite view above include: Appalachian Mountains, Bayview Lake, Lunker Lake, Beaver Lake, Lake Purdy, Heather Lake, Bankhead Lake, Lake Tuscaloosa, Lake Nicol, Lake Harris, Mitchell Lake, Lay Lake, Harbert Lake, Inland Lake, Zamora Lake, Mountain Lake, H. Neely Henry Lake, Highland Lake, Lewis Smith Lake.


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Where is Birmingham?




Birmingham is located in Jefferson County, Alabama. For phone calls it is in the 205 area code region. The offical Birmingham city government website is at http://www.informationbirmingham.com/.


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