Savannah's Historic District

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
This historic district  is undoubtedly the biggest draw for people to come to Savannah, known as a city with a rich history.  It is said that Savannah is the most haunted city in America as for me the most beautiful city I have ever been. We started at Forsythe Park and zig-zag our way through all of the squares. We love the city,  it looks like everyone is really doing a great job preserving historical architecture. Lots of stuff to see like - really old architectures/houses, shops and restaurants.

Unfortunately we needed more time to see it all. But we really enjoyed walking around Historical Savannah. Everyone needs to visit the Historic district in Savannah. There is something to learn on every street.

Savannah City Hall Dome is the most distinctive building in town with its clock-tower topped with a gold dome and a towering American flag.  The dome was historically copper, but was coated in gold leaf as recently as 1987.

This is what we came to see I can spend a lot of time in this beautiful and historic part of Savannah.  This Oak trees dripping with Spanish moss is lovely.

 

Carriage Tours


Telfair Square


Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace - the founder of Girl Scout. This 19th-century townhouse has been restored to its condition in 1886, the year Juliette Gordon married William Mackay Low. Today, it is owned and operated by Girl Scouts of America and contains several pieces of Juliette's own artwork.

The Olde Pink House one of Savannah’s most popular restaurant. This 18th century Mansion offers southern cuisine in a sophisticated, yet casual setting.  Reservation is a must.


5 comments:

  1. That oak tree is gorgeous! I would love to see that in person!

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  2. I love going to historical places! There's so much to learn especially for the kids. It seems so peaceful here too, it's perfect for a vacation with the family.

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  3. Is this in Georgia. If so, then the next time na pumunta kami ng US, we will definitely go to this place.

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  4. The city looks really nice and peaceful. Would love to visit this place someday! :)

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  5. Lovely place! What makes Savannah a haunted place is something I need to research on, though.

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