Friday, March 13, 2020

The Gray Man of Pawleys Island

A ghost which, reportedly, is seen on the beaches of Pawley Island before hurricanes. It has been first reported in 1822 and has appeared...

Hampton Plantation

Historic plantation house which was built in 1735-1790 (or 1791). This wooden house is designed in Georgian style. Location, GPS coordinates: 33.2012 N 79.4346 W Categories: Palaces, country...

Avenue of Oaks, Boone Hall

Outstanding avenue of enormous oaks. Avenue is more than one kilometer long and leads towards one of the oldest plantations in the United States...

Peachtree Rock

An unusual mushroom rock which stood on a narrow leg and resembles an overturned pyramid. It was some 6 m high. The rock fell...

Fig Island shell rings

A group of shell rings - ring-shaped shell middens which are up to 6 meters high. The largest ring has a diameter of some...

French Quarter in Charleston

The oldest part of Charleston City which has been settled since 1680 and initially was walled. The area has many historical buildings, the oldest...

Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens

One of the oldest existing plantations in the United States, founded in 1681. The stately plantation house was built in 1935-1936 in a Colonial...

Fort Sumter

Sea fort - a fortified island at the entrance in Charleston port. Construction started in 1829 and was left unfinished on April 12, 1861,...

Aiken-Rhett House

Historical city house, which was built in 1820 by the merchant John Robinson, one of the best-preserved townhouse complexes in the United States. It...

Millford Plantation

Magnificent plantation house in the Greek Revival style. It was constructed in 1839-1841 by the Manning family, one of the largest slaveholders of the...