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Love Cities with Southern Charm

Love Cities with Southern Charm

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Charleston, SC

Doug's Photo Blog: Rockin' At the Top

Southern Style

Savannah London

Beautiful home in Savannah, Georgia…

21 Rosemary Lane: Charleston, South Carolina

21 Rosemary Lane: Charleston, South Carolina

Hemingway's home, Key West, Florida

Bellingrath Gardens, Mobile, Alabama

Mobile, Alabama

Richard Richardson House, Oglethorpe Square, Savannah.

Carnton Mansion in Franklin, Tennessee was used as a Confederate hospital during the Civil War.

John Ashe House, South Battery, Charleston, South Carolina

Oh that Carolina Girl

Stanton Hall, Natchez, Mississippi.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Birmingham, Alabama

South Carolina is home to the world's largest collection of outdoor sculpture located at Brookgreen Gardens

Thomas Rhett house (now the Rhett House Inn) in Beaufort, SC was built in 1820. Margaret Mitchell visited this area while writing 'Gone With The Wind' and named her main character after the Rhett family of Beaufort and Charleston and the Butler family of Atlanta.

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The Angel Tree in Charleston, South Carolina

Nashville, Tennessee

Love how the Spanish Moss frames this Savannah home!

Beautiful row of Savannah homes

Nashville Crossroads, Nashville, Tn.

St. Michael's Church, Charleston, SC

Main Street Train Station, Richmond

The Dillard House, Georgia

Where we stayed in Natchez - Devereaux Shields House Bed and Breakfast is composed of two homes, the elegant 1893 main house, and the charming 1877 Aunt Clara’s Cottage. They feature manicured gardens, verandas, and lovely antiques. A few blocks from the 200 foot high Natchez Bluffs, which offer a stunning view of the Mississippi. Full Southern breakfast. ♥