Off-Topic Tuesdays, or, A Few Photos of Savannah

 Twenty-Two(garden) Squares, The Savannah River, Jaw dropping antebellum architecture built by gifted, self-taught, non-compensated artisans also known as Slaves, Oldest African-American Church/congregation in America, Palm Trees, The City Market, Savannah College of Art and Design, HBCU Savannah State University, Lady & Sons, Mrs. Wilkies, Tybee Island, The Crab Shack, River Street Sweets,  Antebellum  cobble stone streets, Century old oaks draped in Spanish moss, Johnny Mercer, Belford’s, Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts was born and raised in Savannah , Home of the first Girl Scout Headquarters,  1700 Haitian revolutionaries, The first Jewish congregation in the American South, The Telfair Museum of Art, the South’s oldest public art museum,The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, First lighthouse on the Atlantic coast, First motorized fire department in the United States, The first capital city of Georgia  and the birthplace(Pigeon Point) of Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas!  All of this and more in one city!


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