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In photos: Welcome to Senoia, Ga., home of 'The Walking Dead'

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The fake Woodbury Town Hall built for the filming of the hit zombie-themed TV show “The Walking Dead” in the small Georgia town of Senoia. Pronounced "Seh-noy" by its 3,300 residents, Senoia had seen its fortunes fade after the local cotton and agricultural industries died off. But the town now boasts a retail district that grew from six to 49 businesses in half a dozen years, all thanks to the popularity of a television show.

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Everyone is cashing on on the show’s fame. The Senoia Coffee and Cafe Shop displays the Woodbury Coffee House sign that was hung outside during the filming of the “The Walking Dead.”

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The Senoia Coffee and Cafe Shop now sells Walking Dead Zombie Dark brew coffee.

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Two covers of the travel guide issued by the state of Georgia feature “The Walking Dead.” Fans of the show come from around the world to see the locations where their favourite episodes were shot.

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“The Walking Dead” is not the only famous production filmed in the town: This is the house used in “Fried Green Tomatoes,” the hit movie from 1991 that starred Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy, Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary-Louise Parker.

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