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Columbia Square
Savannah, Georgia
United States

This square is a great place to remember the founders of Savannah and the saviours of Savannah's historic buildings. First among these buildings is the Davenport House, which barely survived.


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Oglethorpe Square
Savannah, Georgia
United States

This square is home to the first house commissioned to the architect, William Jay. This beautiful house was coverted from a mansion to a ritzy boarding house and is now a museum open for tours.


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Reynolds Square
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Named for a former royal governor, this square includes a statue of John Wesely, the founder of Methodism and a disgraced former resident of Savannah.


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Pirate House
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Once a local haunt for sailors and pirates, the Pirate House will always be remembered for its mention in Treasure Island by Robert Lewis Stevenson, even though the author never visited it. The adjacent Herb House is thought to be the oldest building in Savannah. which explains the way that it leans a crazy angles.


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Emmet Park
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Emmet park is located on the bluff overlooking the Savannah River. It gives you great views of the river and the monuments along its edge. If you want to view these monuments close up, you can climb down a set of steep, narrow stairs, but it is a tough climb. Instead you can enjoy the park with its oak trees and its old harbor beacon while you learn of the fate of the Irish rebel for which this park is named.


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Factor's Walk
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Factors Walk used to hum with Savannah commerce and the wealth of its cotton. Today it has been converted into charming restaurants and shops.


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Savannah City Hall
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Savannah's City Hall is a modern building that towers over Bay St and also celebrates Savannah's maritime past. Find out how George and Martha, two Revolution cannons located near the City Hall, came to Savannah.


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