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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...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...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...Blake Tenements, Charleston, South CarolinaBlake TenementsCharleston, South CarolinaThe Blake Tenements were built between 1760 and 1772 by Daniel Blake, a planter from Newington Plantation on the Ashley River. The building was...Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens, Charleston County, South CarolinaBoone Hall Plantation & GardensCharleston County, South CarolinaOne of America's oldest working plantations,continually growing crops for over 320 years. Situated near Charleston South Carolina, and listed on...Cooper River Coffee Roasters, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaCooper River Coffee RoastersMt Pleasant, South CarolinaIf you are in the neighborhood and need a good craft coffee....stop in ad check out Cooper River Coffee Roasters and get the Vienna Toast!Shem Creek Pier, Mt. Pleasant, SC, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaShem Creek Pier, Mt. Pleasant, SCMt Pleasant, South CarolinaLovely boardwalk and totally free. Great place to see wildlife, fishing boats and sunsets.Sullivan's Island, South CarolinaSullivan's IslandSouth CarolinaFort Moultrie.USS Yorktown CV-10, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaUSS Yorktown CV-10Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaThe USS Yorktown was launched in 1943, and participated in World War II and Vietnam. The ship also had a notable peacetime role, recovering the...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...Charleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaTour the Aiken-Rhett house, Left in its original condition (the Historic Charleston Foundation purchased the house and decided to adopted a...Fountain at north entrance of Waterfront Park, Charleston, South CarolinaFountain at north entrance of Waterfront ParkCharleston, South CarolinaThe light was bright enough to get a decent "stop action" shutter speed on my iPhone 6+. Charleston is an awesome port city steeped in history....Charleston Waterfront Park, Charleston, South CarolinaCharleston Waterfront ParkCharleston, South CarolinaCharleston, SCFort Sumter, Charleston County, South CarolinaFort SumterCharleston County, South CarolinaFort Sumter, fortification, built 1829–60, on a shoal at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, S.C., and named for Gen. Thomas Sumter; scene of...St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSt. Michael's Episcopal ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaSt. Michael's Church was built between 1751 and 1761 at the corner of Broad and Meeting streets on the site of the original wooden church built in...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...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...Historic Charleston City Market, Charleston, South CarolinaHistoric Charleston City MarketCharleston, South CarolinaWalking through historyDock Street Theatre, Charleston, South CarolinaDock Street TheatreCharleston, South CarolinaThe Dock Street Theatre is Charleston's last surviving hotel from the antebellum period. The silhouette of its wrought iron balcony against the...St. Philip's Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSt. Philip's ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaOne of many old churches in Charleston. Walk down Church Street and you can't miss it. How appropriate.
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