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The Old Powder Magazine, Charleston, South CarolinaThe Old Powder MagazineCharleston, South CarolinaThe Old Powder Magazine is the only public building remaining from the era of the Lords Proprietors, the eight English aristocrats who owned...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...Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaBoone Hall Plantation & GardensMt Pleasant, South CarolinaThe "Old South," despite its name, is still alive and well today in the U.S. Characterized by historic buildings, great food, trees draped in...Folly Beach Pier, Folly Beach, South CarolinaFolly Beach PierFolly Beach, South CarolinaFolly Beach was a beautiful Caribbean blue this week for some reason. #beachFort Sumter Island, Charleston County, South CarolinaFort Sumter IslandCharleston County, South CarolinaBeing born and raised in the Pacific NW, I'm not really patriotic, but being on the grounds where the first shot of the Civil War was fired was...Marlborough, Charleston, South CarolinaMarlboroughCharleston, South CarolinaOld plantation were the patriot was filmedArthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Charleston, South CarolinaArthur Ravenel Jr. BridgeCharleston, South CarolinaBike, run or walk this beautiful bridge in Charleston, SC. Great views:)USS Yorktown, Mt Pleasant, South CarolinaUSS YorktownMt Pleasant, South CarolinaJulie a bit excited to blow something upWaterfront Park, Charleston, South CarolinaWaterfront ParkCharleston, South CarolinaHistoric walk through Waterfront Park #port #charlestonsc #charleston #waterfrontparkTrott'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...Dock 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...Major Peter Bocquet's House, Charleston, South CarolinaMajor Peter Bocquet's HouseCharleston, South CarolinaPeter Bouquet the Younger built this house shortly after the lot was given to him in July 1770, by his father Peter Bouquet, the senior, a Huguenot...Hibernian Hall, Charleston, South CarolinaHibernian HallCharleston, South CarolinaHibernian Hall, a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1840 to provide a meeting place for the Hibernian Society, an Irish benevolent...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...Charleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaOne of the many secret gardens in Charleston.Charleston, South CarolinaCharlestonSouth CarolinaThe Magnolia plantation in Charleston, SC produced the largest amount of rice for the U.S. at the height of the Civil War.
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