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King Tisdell Cottage, Savannah, GeorgiaKing Tisdell CottageSavannah, GeorgiaThe King-Tisdell Cottage is a handsomely restored 1896 Victorian cottage named for local black citizens Eugene and Sarah King, and later Mrs....Lucas Theatre For the Arts, Savannah, GeorgiaLucas Theatre For the ArtsSavannah, GeorgiaThe majestic historic Lucas Theatre opened in 1921 to a sold-out viewing of the film "Camille." Designed by architect C. K. Howell for Arthur M....The 5 Spot Neighborhood Kitchen and Bar, Savannah, GeorgiaThe 5 Spot Neighborhood Kitchen and BarSavannah, GeorgiaThe 5 Spot is a comfortable, casual neighborhood bar and restaurant frequented by many of the locals. It takes some familiarity of Savannah to find...Fire Street Food, Savannah, GeorgiaFire Street FoodSavannah, GeorgiaThis chic little Japanese restaurant is adjacent to Chippewa Square and offers fresh made-to-order entrees. Aside from its gorgeous modern...Johnson Square, Savannah, GeorgiaJohnson SquareSavannah, GeorgiaJohnson Square was the first of Savannah's squares and remains the largest of the 24. It was named for Robert Johnson, colonial governor of South...Monterey Square, Savannah, GeorgiaMonterey SquareSavannah, GeorgiaMonterey Square was laid out in 1847 and commemorates the Battle of Monterrey (1846), in which American forces under General Zachary Taylor...Orleans Square, Savannah, GeorgiaOrleans SquareSavannah, GeorgiaOrleans Square was laid out in 1815 and commemorates General Andrew Jackson's victory in the Battle of New Orleans that same year. In the center of...Confederate Memorial, Savannah, GeorgiaConfederate MemorialSavannah, GeorgiaA huge Civil War memorial, one of the largest in the South and the most expensive in the state, is located in the park, honoring Chatham's war...Forsyth Park, Savannah, GeorgiaForsyth ParkSavannah, GeorgiaIn the 1840's, William Brown Hodgson (1801-1871) conceived the idea of setting aside ten acres of wooded land at this site for development of...Savannah Ink Tattoo, Savannah, GeorgiaSavannah Ink TattooSavannah, GeorgiaPeople travel as far as Jacksonville and Macon to get inked by Peter. His designs are top-notch. For those who have a thing for tattoos, this is...Washington Square, Savannah, GeorgiaWashington SquareSavannah, GeorgiaBuilt in 1790, Washington Square was named in 1791 for the first President of the United States, who visited Savannah in that year. Washington...Crystal Beer Parlor - Savannah Historic District, Savannah, GeorgiaCrystal Beer Parlor - Savannah Historic DistrictSavannah, GeorgiaThe Crystal Beer Parlor is perhaps one of the most unique and oldest of restaurants in Savannah. Nestled in a lush and beautiful neighborhood just...The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Cathedral of Saint John the BaptistSavannah, GeorgiaThe congregation of St. John the Baptist formed in the late eighteenth century when French emigres fleeing revolutions in France and Haiti found...The Marshall House, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Marshall HouseSavannah, GeorgiaIn 1851, businesswoman Mary Marshall, noting that Savannah was woefully in need of visitor accommodations, built the four-story Marshall House...The Holt House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Holt HouseMacon, GeorgiaBuilt in 1840 for Judge Thaddeus Holt by renowned Macon builder Elam Alexander, the Holt House at 1129 Georgia Avenue is an outstanding example of...The Willingham-Hatcher House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Willingham-Hatcher HouseMacon, GeorgiaBuilt in 1886, by the cotton merchant Calder Willingham, the Willingham-Hatcher House at 348 College Street was inherited in 1910 by his son, who...The Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House, Macon, GeorgiaThe Beall-Jordan-Dunlap HouseMacon, GeorgiaThis Georgian residence (the Beall-Jordan-Dunlap House) at 315 College Street was built in 1860 for Nathan Beall, who amassed a fortune as a cotton...The McCaw-Massee House, Macon, GeorgiaThe McCaw-Massee HouseMacon, GeorgiaThe Beaux-Arts style McCaw-Massee House at 615 College Street is called "the house that Crisco built." It was constructed in 1901 by Wallace McCaw,...First Presbyterian Church, Macon, GeorgiaFirst Presbyterian ChurchMacon, GeorgiaOrganized as the Presbyterian Church of Macon on June 18, 1826, by the Rev. Benjamin Gildersleeve and the Rev. Joseph C. Stiles, the church...St Paul's Greek Orthodox Church, Savannah, GeorgiaSt Paul's Greek Orthodox ChurchSavannah, GeorgiaThis building was constructed in 1897-98 as a memorial to General Alexander R. Lawton (1818-96) and his daughter, Corinne (1844-77). It was used as...
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