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St John's Lutheran Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSt John's Lutheran ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaSt. John's Lutheran Church houses Charleston's oldest Lutheran congregation. Built from 1816 to 1818, the design of the church is attributed to...The Gingerbread House Bridal & Tuxedo Designs, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Gingerbread House Bridal & Tuxedo DesignsSavannah, GeorgiaBuilt in 1899 by Cord Asendorf, this magnificent house is considered among the finest examples of Steamboat Gothic architecture in America. Today,...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....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...Calhoun Mansion, Charleston, South CarolinaCalhoun MansionCharleston, South CarolinaAlmost a century before it was built, the ground on which George Walton Williams would build his home was hallowed in the tradition of optimistic...The Aiken-Rhett House, Charleston, South CarolinaThe Aiken-Rhett HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThe Aiken-Rhett House was built for Charleston merchant John Robinson in 1820. A typical Charleston double house, the building consisted of a...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....United States Capitol Building, Washington D.C.United States Capitol BuildingWashington D.C.An example of 19th-century neoclassical architecture, the Capitol evokes the ideals that guided the Founding Fathers as they developed the new...United States Supreme Court, Washington D.C.United States Supreme CourtWashington D.C.The Supreme Court first met on February 1, 1790, at the Merchants' Exchange Building in New York City. When Philadelphia became the capital, the...Greenleaf & Crosby Building, Jacksonville, FloridaGreenleaf & Crosby BuildingJacksonville, FloridaDamon Greenleaf came to Jacksonville from New York two years after the Civil War and established a jewelry store on Bay Street. In 1880, J. H....Elk's Lodge, Jacksonville, FloridaElk's LodgeJacksonville, FloridaThe Elks had modest beginnings in 1868 as a social club (then called the "Jolly Corks") established as a private club to elude New York City laws...Jacksonville Terminal Complex, Jacksonville, FloridaJacksonville Terminal ComplexJacksonville, FloridaThe Jacksonville Terminal welcomed visitors to Florida since 1919. Today it is the Prime Osborne Convention Center. The present building replaced...Oglethorpe Club, Savannah, GeorgiaOglethorpe ClubSavannah, GeorgiaThis building, now the quarters of a private Club, was erected in 1857 for Edmund Molyneux, British consul at Savannah, and served as his residence...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...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...First Baptist Church, Savannah, GeorgiaFirst Baptist ChurchSavannah, GeorgiaFirst Baptist Church, Savannah's oldest standing house of worship, was designed by Elias Carter and completed in 1833. The congregation dates to...
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