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Marlborough, Charleston, South CarolinaMarlboroughCharleston, South CarolinaOld plantation were the patriot was filmedWentworth Mansion, Charleston, South CarolinaWentworth MansionCharleston, South CarolinaIn 1881, a wealthy cotton merchant named Francis Silas Rodgers set out to build an elegant home in Charleston, S.C., worthy of his family of 13....Historic Charleston City Market, Charleston, South CarolinaHistoric Charleston City MarketCharleston, South CarolinaWalking through historyRainbow Row, Charleston, South CarolinaRainbow RowCharleston, South CarolinaFamous Rainbow Row in #charlestonsc #rainbowrow #batterypark #sc #charleston #travel #troveonColonel John Stuart House, Charleston, South CarolinaColonel John Stuart HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThis Georgian style home built in 1772, was the home of Colonel John Stuart, who was the King&#39;s Superintendent of Indian Affairs.Saint Michael&#39;s Church, Charleston, South CarolinaSaint Michael&#39;s ChurchCharleston, South CarolinaAmazing history and where John Rutledge is buried. Stroll through the beautiful graveyard.Charleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaBe sure to walk up and down the streets to find the many Secret Gardens!2 Meeting St, Charleston, South Carolina2 Meeting StCharleston, South CarolinaThis outstanding Queen Anne style house was built in 1892 for Waring P. Carrington and his wife, Martha, a daughter of George W. Williams, the...15 Meeting St., Charleston, South Carolina15 Meeting St.Charleston, South CarolinaJohn Edwards is said to have built and moved into this house in 1770. He was a member of Rutledge&#39;s Privy Council in 1779, and took an active part...25 Meeting St., Charleston, South Carolina25 Meeting St.Charleston, South CarolinaA three and one-half story stuccoed brick single house, this is believed to have been built c. 1750 by William Hull.Farmers&#39; and Exchange Bank, Charleston, South CarolinaFarmers&#39; and Exchange BankCharleston, South CarolinaFarmers&#39; and Exchange Bank is a Moorish Revival-style bank building built in 1854 in Charleston, South Carolina. It was rehabilitated in 1970 and...Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, South CarolinaDock Street TheatreCharleston, South CarolinaThe Dock Street Theatre is Charleston&#39;s last surviving hotel from the antebellum period. The silhouette of its wrought iron balcony against the...Wannamaker County Park, North Charleston, South CarolinaWannamaker County ParkNorth Charleston, South CarolinaIt has nice walking trails, paddle boats, a splash fountain, water park, and a dog park.Hunting Island, South CarolinaHunting IslandSouth CarolinaThe historic Hunting Island lighthouse was originally constructed in 1859 and is the only lighthouse in the state of South Carolina that is open to...Botany Bay Island, Edisto Island, South CarolinaBotany Bay IslandEdisto Island, South CarolinaAmazing place on Edisto Island about an hour from downtown Charleston in the Botany Bay Plantation Heritage Preserve and Wildlife Management Area....Fort 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...Charleston South Carolina, Charleston County, South CarolinaCharleston South CarolinaCharleston County, South CarolinaThis is where The Notebook was filmed <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f49c.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f499.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f497.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f49a.png' >The Observation Tower, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaThe Observation TowerMt Pleasant, South CarolinaHidden tower at Palmetto Islands Park with slides, climbing, and beautiful view of the marsh.Thomas Heyward House, Charleston, South CarolinaThomas Heyward HouseCharleston, South CarolinaThis three story brick house was built by Nathaniel Heyward before 1803 or by his brother Thomas Heyward (signer of the Declaration of...The Old Exchange &amp; Provost Dungeon, Charleston, South CarolinaThe Old Exchange &amp; Provost DungeonCharleston, South CarolinaIt was built from 1767-1771 as the Royal Exchange. The first cupola was damaged by a hurricane in the early 1800s, the second deteriorated before...
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