Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Rainbow Falls SC

Some 30 - 40 meters tall waterfall with a single plunge, one of the most prominent waterfalls in the state. Location, GPS coordinates: 35.1336 N 82.5882...

Beaufort Historic District

In this town have been preserved several neighborhoods with numerous magnificent homes and gardens from the 19th century. Location, GPS coordinates: 32.43079 N 80.6712 W Categories: Cities and...

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...

Raven Cliff Falls SC

The tallest waterfall in South Carolina, some 100-110 m tall. Waterfall has formed on Matthews Creek and has several cascades. Location, GPS coordinates: 35.1058 N 82.6608...

Table Rock SC

Massive 970 m tall mountain with a fairly flat surface and steep slopes of monolithic granite. This mountain is a batholith - fragment of...

French Huguenot Church in Charleston

This small church was built in 1844 in a sophisticated Gothic Revival style. This is the only independent Huguenot church in the United States....

Botany Bay Road Tree Tunnel

A beautiful road through a "tunnel" of moss-covered trees, mainly oak trees. Location, GPS coordinates: 32.5433 N 80.2531 W Categories: Ecosystems Values: Biology, Visual Rating: Where is located? North America, United States, South...

Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

Enormous cable-stayed bridge with two towers, each 175 m high, holding a deck with eight traffic lanes and pedestrian way. Total length - 4...

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...

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...