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|Rankings||Occupational Therapy Programs|
|1||University of Alabama–Birmingham
School of Health Related Professions
Address: 1530 Third Avenue S, Birmingham, AL 35294-1212
Phone: (205) 934-3568
|2||University of South Alabama
Department of Occupational Therapy
Address: 1504 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, AL 36604-3273
Phone: (251) 434-3939
Department of Allied Health
Address: PO Box 1239, Tuskegee, AL 36088
Phone: (334) 727-8174
|4||Alabama State University
College of Health Sciences
Address: PO Box 271, Montgomery, AL 36101-0271
Phone: (334) 229-5056
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
This beautiful basilica is in Mobile. The Greek Revival style church was completed in 1850. The many stained glass are particularly impressive. In the past, the basilica has been damaged several times by fire and the forces of nature as well as by an airplane accident. Despite all this, the basilica is a special highlight among tourists due to its impressive appearance.
Over the past centuries, numerous underground waterfalls and lakes have formed in the gigantic stalactite caves of the “Cathedral Caverns”. A visit to the caverns is a once in a lifetime experience and should not be missed when visiting Alabama. Even if the Cathedral Caverns are a sight in themselves, there are many more things to see inside. For example, the cave entrance, which is 38.4 m wide and 7.6 m high, and the 13.7 m high stalagmite “Goliath” or “Frozen Waterfall”, a very special rock formation, are impressive. The climate is rather mild with a constant 15.6 ° C annually. What is special about the cave is that it is crossed by a river, the Mystery River.
Civil Rights Memorial
The Civil Rights Memorial is a fountain-shaped memorial located in Montgomery. The memorial was erected to commemorate the victims of the civil rights movement from 1954 to 1968. The names of the 40 people killed were engraved on the top of the well.
The “Devils Backbone” is a former Indian trade route that is more than 8,000 years old. The trail begins in Natchez and runs for over 700 km to Nashville, Tennessee. Devil’s backbone has been well preserved and is still almost in its original condition.
Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church
The Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church is in Montgomery. From the pulpit of that church, Martin Luther King Jr., who had served as the Church’s senior pastor for many years, had preached. Today the Baptist Church is a national historical landmark. The church has been declared a National Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.