the holy city

Images of downtown as well as West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, James and Johns Islands, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, etc. Because Charleston is the best city in America!
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Red sunKiawah Island, SC

Red sun
Kiawah Island, SC

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Horseshoe gate and inner garden78 Church Street

Horseshoe gate and inner garden
78 Church Street

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thetravelbelles:


Italian ice in art and life Marion Square

thetravelbelles:

Italian ice in art and life
Marion Square

Hurricane Irene (August 2011)Folly Beach, SC 

Hurricane Irene (August 2011)
Folly Beach, SC 

(Source: Flickr / rodpasibe)

"It is never too late…"Entrance to Gateway Walk from King Street

"It is never too late…"
Entrance to Gateway Walk from King Street

(Source: Flickr / rodpasibe)

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historiccharleston:


The allegedly haunted Battery Carriage House20 South Battery Street

historiccharleston:

The allegedly haunted Battery Carriage House
20 South Battery Street

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Li’l Cricket56 State Street

Li’l Cricket
56 State Street

(Source: mikulhyrsh)

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lowcountrydigitallibrary:


A guest testimonial appearing in an 1893 booklet advertising the Pine Forest Inn in Summerville, SC.  The text reads, “What do I think of Summerville? I think it is the earthly paradise. I shall never forget its balmy, life-giving air, and the lovely drives through its pine woods, which I am always hoping to take over again. I recall, with a sigh of longing, spring days or winter days that seemed like spring, when I have driven for hours through those balm-breathing forests, never quite ready to turn back and go indoors again. I can think of nothing that would be pleasanter than to repeat these experiences. As a question of health the place has done so much good to certain invalids I, myself know, that I could hardly speak of it too strongly from that point of view.” Louise Chandler Moulton.  Part of the Lowcountry Tourism collection

lowcountrydigitallibrary:

A guest testimonial appearing in an 1893 booklet advertising the Pine Forest Inn in Summerville, SC.  The text reads, “What do I think of Summerville? I think it is the earthly paradise. I shall never forget its balmy, life-giving air, and the lovely drives through its pine woods, which I am always hoping to take over again. I recall, with a sigh of longing, spring days or winter days that seemed like spring, when I have driven for hours through those balm-breathing forests, never quite ready to turn back and go indoors again. I can think of nothing that would be pleasanter than to repeat these experiences. As a question of health the place has done so much good to certain invalids I, myself know, that I could hardly speak of it too strongly from that point of view.” Louise Chandler Moulton.  Part of the Lowcountry Tourism collection

House by Alhambra Hall Mount Pleasant, SC

House by Alhambra Hall
Mount Pleasant, SC

(Source: Flickr / theonlinedesign)

ourcharlestonlife:


Garden with Confederate jasmine and alligator 3 Philadelphia Alley, Charleston, SC

ourcharlestonlife:

Garden with Confederate jasmine and alligator
3 Philadelphia Alley, Charleston, SC

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Courtyard at Meeting Street Inn 173 Meeting Street

Courtyard at Meeting Street Inn
173 Meeting Street

(Source: Flickr / mhlucero)

paulspicer:


#charleston (Taken with Instagram at Charleston Waterfront Park)


The fountain at Waterfront Park

paulspicer:

#charleston (Taken with Instagram at Charleston Waterfront Park)

The fountain at Waterfront Park

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Miss Diana on Shem CreekMount Pleasant, SC

Miss Diana on Shem Creek
Mount Pleasant, SC

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blackanthropologie:


A Gullah shout!!!


The ShoutArt by John W. Jones

blackanthropologie:

A Gullah shout!!!

The Shout
Art by John W. Jones

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Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q288 King Street 

Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q
288 King Street 

(Source: hoosieramerican)

 
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