Unitarian Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Originally built in 1772, the style is referred to as English Perpendicular Gothic Revival. In 1886 an earthquake struck and demolished the church's top tower. The new tower was built to ensure that stability to the building was maintained. The church was challenged again when Hurricane Hugo hit. The roof was lost, but repairs used the specifications from over 100 years prior. In 1973 the church was declared a National Historic Landmark. Unitarian Church, Favorite Places, Charleston Sc, Beautiful, 19Th Century, Charlestonsc, Ceilings, Gothic Architecture, Charleston South Carolina
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Charleston South Carolina... At the Corner of Church Street and Market Street. My absolute favorite area of the city... Tommy Condons Irish Pub is at the next corner. Best Irish nachos and Magners Cider Beer!! We eat here at least once or twice a day that we are in Charleston! Friendly staff and wonderful service!