Mount Tabor Cemetery
(Pickens County, Alabama)
Interactive Map for Mt. Tabor Cemetery ...
Our GPS coordinates for the Mount Tabor Cemetery have not been verified, but they should be close.<1> The overhead view might be misaligned, although it should be in the general area.
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Mapping Services ...
Below are links to some different Mapping Services:
Waymark Collections ...
The following websites can be used to search for GeoCaches and Waymarks around Mount Tabor Cemetery:
The Heavens-Above Website ...
The location of constellations, planets, satellites passes over Mount Tabor Cemetery:
TripAdvisor Tourism Pages ...
If you are going to visit the Mt. Tabor Cemetery and aren't familiar with the area, you might look at a TripAdvisor review for a nearby community. TripAdvisor is a wonderful source of information about places to eat, lodging and if you need additional information, TripAdvisor also has a forum where you can post your questions.
The community that is closest to the Mt. Tabor Cemetery which has a TripAdvisor review is Millport. It is located 20 miles [32.2 km] to the North Northwest (NNW) of the cemetery. [Map]
TripAdvisor Tourism page for Millport
Below is a list of those communities (we know of 7) which have TripAdvisor reviews and are relatively close to the Mt. Tabor Cemetery - within 23 miles [37 km].
Our list sorts the communities in alphabetical order.
|<1>||The values for latitude and longitude indicate a specific point on the ground. The point that we are using is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 33.4918, Longitude: -87.9703 [Map]. In this case, the coordinates for the Mt. Tabor Cemetery have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).|
Due to various mapping and measurement errors, the location we give for Mt. Tabor Cemetery should not be considered precise.
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|<2>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' distance starting in . A straight line distance ignores things like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line from Point A (ie- ) to Point B.|
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