Daphne, Alabama

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Daphne is a city in Baldwin County, Alabama, on the eastern shoreline of Mobile Bay. The city is located along I-10, 11 miles east of Mobile and 150 miles southwest of the state capital of Montgomery. The United States Census 2000 lists the population of the city as 16,581[1] making Daphne the most populous city in Baldwin County.[2] The U.S. Census estimated its population at approximately 19,542 in 2009.[3] It is a principal city of the Daphne–FairhopeFoley Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Baldwin County.

The inhabited history of what is now called Daphne dates at least to the Paleo-Indian period and Native American tribes around 9000 BC.[4] Modern day Daphne is a thriving suburb of nearby Mobile with all the expected amenities of 21st century life.

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