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Charleston

Eli Ditmore at Angel Oak Tree
Angel Oak Tree, Charleston, South CarolinaAngel Oak TreeCharleston, South CarolinaIf you ever find yourself in Charleston, make sure to take a break from the beach, food & beautiful city streets to take a peek at this magnificent...Rainbow Row, Charleston, South CarolinaRainbow RowCharleston, South CarolinaA stretch of 13 colorful, historic houses in downtown Charleston on East Bay Street. It's such an easy walk from Waterfront Park! The name was...City Market, Charleston, South CarolinaCity MarketCharleston, South CarolinaCharles Cotesworth Pinckney ceded the land on which the Market is built to the City of Charleston in 1788. He stipulated that a public market be...Waterfront Park, Charleston, South CarolinaWaterfront ParkCharleston, South Carolina"Waterfront Cascade" On our weekend trip to Charleston, we stopped by Waterfront Park. The pineapple fountain is more widely recognized but as soon...St. Philip's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSt. Philip's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaOne of prettiest churches in downtown Charleston. The bells that were once housed in the steeple were melted down into cannons, with the promise...Angel Oak Tree, Charleston, South CarolinaAngel Oak TreeCharleston, South CarolinaLocals just call it "The Tree." This spectacular specimen is one of the oldest living things east of the Rockies. It is estimated to be over 1,500...Angel Oak Tree, Charleston, South CarolinaAngel Oak TreeCharleston, South Carolina#AngelOak 500 year old living oak tree!!Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Charleston, South CarolinaArthur Ravenel Jr. BridgeCharleston, South CarolinaBeautiful sunset in Charleston,ScCharleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaCharleston doesn't not look nor feel like a U.S. city. It looks a lot more like Europe.Old City Jail, Charleston, South CarolinaOld City JailCharleston, South CarolinaThe Old City Jail stands as a haunting reminder of the city's darkest past. The jail, which was operational from 1802 until 1939, housed...Angel Oak Tree, Charleston, South CarolinaAngel Oak TreeCharleston, South CarolinaIf you're visiting Charleston, you have to make time to head out the city a short way and find your way to this incredible live oak tree known as...Charleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaI couldn't get enough of the rainbow houses and perfect palm trees.Trott's Cottage, Charleston, South CarolinaTrott's CottageCharleston, South CarolinaLocated within the walled city of Colonial Charles Towne, Trott's Cottage is one of the few remaining pre-Revolutionary structures. Judge Nicholas...Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Charleston, South CarolinaArthur Ravenel Jr. BridgeCharleston, South CarolinaGreat vantage point over the harbor! Park from visitors center on Mt. Pleasant side is best! 50 cents per hour (plan on two hours). Has a wide...Rainbow Row, Charleston, South CarolinaRainbow RowCharleston, South CarolinaHow gorgeous is this? It's incredibly easy to fall in love with the charm of Charleston.Taco Boy, Charleston, South CarolinaTaco BoyCharleston, South CarolinaAn urbanized taco joint known for their a la carte taco menu. Tacos ranging from chorizo and potato, to tempura avocado. This place is a must!Riviera Theater, Charleston, South CarolinaRiviera TheaterCharleston, South CarolinaThe Riviera Theatre was constructed in 1939 by Albert Sottile, President of Pasttime Amusement Company. The Art Deco architecture is in the...William Aiken House, Charleston, South CarolinaWilliam Aiken HouseCharleston, South CarolinaBuilt between 1807 and 1811, the east wing was added after 1831. Residence of William Aiken, first president (1828-1831) of the South Carolina...Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston, South CarolinaFarmers' and Exchange BankCharleston, South CarolinaFarmers' and Exchange Bank is a Moorish Revival-style bank building built in 1854 in Charleston, South Carolina. It was rehabilitated in 1970 and...Aiken-Rhett House Museum, Charleston, South CarolinaAiken-Rhett House MuseumCharleston, South CarolinaThe Aiken-Rhett House was built for Charleston merchant John Robinson in 1820. A typical Charleston double house, the building consisted of a...
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