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Savannah

Kristin Rust at Wormsloe Historic Site
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,...North Historic District, Savannah, GeorgiaNorth Historic DistrictSavannah, GeorgiaCome recreate this image every night because the trolley is always making a stop there.Old Sorrell-Weed House, Savannah, GeorgiaOld Sorrell-Weed HouseSavannah, GeorgiaA fine example of Greek Revival Style, this building shows the distinguished trend of Savannah architecture during the first half of the 19th...Columbia Square, Savannah, GeorgiaColumbia SquareSavannah, Georgia#LoveOfFlowers #noedits #asisSavannah, GeorgiaSavannahGeorgiaThe old world feel of savannah.River Street, Savannah, GeorgiaRiver StreetSavannah, GeorgiaOnce served as the nexus of the bustling cotton industry. In 1864, General William T. Sherman spared River Street the flames that decimated Atlanta...Nourish Natural Bath Products, Savannah, GeorgiaNourish Natural Bath ProductsSavannah, GeorgiaNatural bath products that are widely popular among both tourists and locals. I recently bought some therapeutic bath salts that exfoliates and...Colonial Park Cemetery, Savannah, GeorgiaColonial Park CemeterySavannah, GeorgiaThis cemetery, the second in colonial Savannah, was the burying ground for the city from about 1750 until it was closed against burials in 1853....The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Cathedral of St. John the BaptistSavannah, GeorgiaAwesome ceiling. #travelbug #architecture #artsmatter #cathedral #savannah #georgia #usa #northamerica #wayfarer #nomad #gadabout #globetrotterSavannah, GeorgiaSavannahGeorgiaIncredible history at wormsloe plantation in GA.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...Lady's and Sons Restaurant, Savannah, GeorgiaLady's and Sons RestaurantSavannah, GeorgiaPaula Deen's restaurant. Good food. Long wait. Worth it!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...The Cotton Exchange Tavern, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Cotton Exchange TavernSavannah, GeorgiaThe Savannah Cotton Exchange building was completed in 1887 during the era when Savannah ranked first as a cotton seaport on the Atlantic and...Bonaventure Cemetery Savannah GA, Savannah, GeorgiaBonaventure Cemetery Savannah GASavannah, GeorgiaBonaventure cemetery, it's amazing just to walk around. Must go if you head to savannahSavannah, GeorgiaSavannahGeorgiaForsythe Park, SavannahThe Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection, Savannah, GeorgiaThe Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph CollectionSavannah, GeorgiaVintage theme with British campaign furnitures, driftwood, brass and leather elements evoke the 18th century era of maritime settlers.Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, GeorgiaBonaventure CemeterySavannah, GeorgiaDo you ever visit cemeteries on your travels? If you don't, you should consider starting. I've been to quite a few cemeteries around the world that...William Scarbrough House, Savannah, GeorgiaWilliam Scarbrough HouseSavannah, GeorgiaDesigned by noted English architect William Jay, this house was built for William Scarbrough, president of the Savannah Steamship Company....Comer House, Savannah, GeorgiaComer HouseSavannah, GeorgiaJefferson Davis, former president of the Confederate States of America, was a guest in 1886 in the house on the northeast corner of Bull and Taylor...
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