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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Water fountain at White Point Gardens

Water fountain at White Point Gardens

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#parks  #downtown  
Circular Congregational Church150 Meeting Street

Circular Congregational Church
150 Meeting Street

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Confederate Burial Ground Magnolia Cemetery 

Confederate Burial Ground 
Magnolia Cemetery 

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Small backyard studyArt by Charles Williams

Small backyard study
Art by Charles Williams

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soulnovad80:

The Citadel171 Moultrie Street

soulnovad80:

The Citadel
171 Moultrie Street

lexywilliams:

Charleston architectureKing Street

lexywilliams:

Charleston architecture
King Street

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Historical postcardFolly Beach, SC

Historical postcard
Folly Beach, SC

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Boone HallMount Pleasant, SC

Boone Hall
Mount Pleasant, SC

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jtbramblett:

Radcliffe St, Charleston

jtbramblett:

Radcliffe St, Charleston

humansofcharleston:

According to their mothers:
"These kids are a dramatic mess!" 

Waterfront Park Fountain

humansofcharleston:

According to their mothers:

"These kids are a dramatic mess!" 

Waterfront Park Fountain

Slave chapel interior at Middleton Place West Ashley, SC

Slave chapel interior at Middleton Place
West Ashley, SC

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Manatees in Shem Creek Mount Pleasant, SC

Manatees in Shem Creek
Mount Pleasant, SC

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draytonhall:

It is a common occurrence to have a visitor ask “What were these for?” as they point to the stack of column pieces in the raised basement; possibly, the same question has been asked by visitors to Drayton Hall since the time those limestone pieces were placed in their current location.
On May 2, 1815, Charles Drayton (1742-1820) wrote in his journal that one of the portico columns was “in jeopardy,” and was to be taken down. Four days later, he wrote, “Schnirle came [with] 26 fellows and took the pillar down safe and cleverly.” The stack of limestone columns in the cellar of Drayton Hall could be the original stone pillars discussed in Drayton’s journal.
The first known account to record the current placement of the stone fragments reads, “In one of the cellars are to be seen a number of marble columns lying on the ground just as they came from England.” Written by Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840-1894), who later became a noted American novelist and short story writer, and published in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine December 1875 issue… (via Preservation FAQ: Why is There a Stack of Columns in the Basement? « The Drayton Hall Diaries)

Drayton HallWest Ashley, SC

draytonhall:

It is a common occurrence to have a visitor ask “What were these for?” as they point to the stack of column pieces in the raised basement; possibly, the same question has been asked by visitors to Drayton Hall since the time those limestone pieces were placed in their current location.

On May 2, 1815, Charles Drayton (1742-1820) wrote in his journal that one of the portico columns was “in jeopardy,” and was to be taken down. Four days later, he wrote, “Schnirle came [with] 26 fellows and took the pillar down safe and cleverly.” The stack of limestone columns in the cellar of Drayton Hall could be the original stone pillars discussed in Drayton’s journal.

The first known account to record the current placement of the stone fragments reads, “In one of the cellars are to be seen a number of marble columns lying on the ground just as they came from England.” Written by Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840-1894), who later became a noted American novelist and short story writer, and published in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine December 1875 issue… (via Preservation FAQ: Why is There a Stack of Columns in the Basement? « The Drayton Hall Diaries)

Drayton Hall
West Ashley, SC

Law Office Folly Beach, SC

Law Office
Folly Beach, SC

(Source: charlestonsouthernhomes.com)

ripples-on-a-blank-shore:

Charleston Harbour

#downtown