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Charleston, pack a week's worth of carriage rides, antebellum-home tours, bluegrass evenings and shrimp-and-grits feasts into one long weekend
do you know... about charleston? Did you know that my family founded Charleston? You're welcome. (:
Sullivan's Island Lighthouse, SC
Located at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, Morris Island Lighthouse began operation in 1876. Threatened by severe erosion, it was fully automated in 1938 and operated until 1962 when it was replaced by a modern lighthouse on Sullivan's Island to the north. Since the late 19th century this historic lighthouse has weathered hurricanes, a major earthquake, and the total erosion of the land around its foundations. This stamp was issued in 2003.
Morris Island Lighthouse is now 400 yards offshore due to beach erosion
Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach (near Charleston), South Carolina.
Ben Sawyer Bridge off its pedestal on Sullivan's Island after Hurricane Hugo
6. Hurricane Hugo.
St. Michaels Church in Charleston, South Carolina - one of the 83 churches located in the 3 square miles of the city, which is why Charleston is also known as the Holy City!
Grill 225 rooftop, Charleston
Dock Street Theater in Charleston, South Carolina
Bowens Island Restaurant
Bowen Island Restaurant, South Carolina
Trawlers, James Island, SC
Morris Island Lighthouse at Folly Beach
Charleston, SC was often subject to attack from sea and from land by Spain, France, and pirates, as well as resistance from Native Americans. While the earliest settlers primarily came from England, they were followed by other immigrants including French, Scottish, Irish, Germans, and others. These many various ethnic groups brought with them numerous Protestant denominations, as well as Roman Catholicism and Judaism, which would later earn Charleston the nickname of the “Holy City.”
Dock Street Theatre
The award-winning Rooftop Cocktail Bar at the Vendue Inn serves refreshing cocktails as well as some of the finest views of Charleston’s harbor. Named the best rooftop bar in Charleston for the last eight years by Charleston City Paper, the Rooftop Cocktail Bar offers the perfect place to relax, socialize and enjoy the beautiful view encompassing Waterfront Park, Cooper River Bridges and historic Fort Sumter. Outdoor heaters keep the area warm and cozy even on cold evenings.
The Market Pavilion Rooftop View
Isle of Palms - After Hurricane Hugo