Cobblestone streets, riverboats, candy stores, cathedrals. Stepping into Savannah Georgia is like stepping into a time capsule of a world filled with southern hospitality that seems to have been lost.
The Cathedral of St John the Baptist.
The first Catholic Church in Georgia, they came to Savannah in the aftermath of an uprising in Haiti. Among them were nobles fleeing the French Revolution that had begun in 1789. The congregation grew through the addition of immigrants, and on May 30, 1799, the Mayor and Aldermen of Savannah passed a resolution reserving half a trust lot on Liberty Square for the congregation’s use. One year later to the day the cornerstone was laid for the small frame church of Saint John the Baptist.
222 E Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401
One of the more charming downtowns I have been to, Savanah seems like it is a perfect hybrid of colonial south along with modern America. Paths and sculptures dot one side of the cobblestone streets while old shops run along the other. Spend an hour getting ice cream on a Sunday afternoon or a whole day learning about the city.
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400 Airways Ave, Savannah, GA 31408