Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Landsford Canal State Park lilies

There exist just a few populations of shoals spider lily (Hymenocallis coronaria) - a gorgeous and fragrant flower which grows only in the south-eastern...

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....

Landmarks of South Carolina

Most interesting landmarks of South Carolina Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of South Carolina. Natural landmarks Waterfalls Lee Falls - Oconee County,...

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...

Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp

In abandoned areas of Lee country over the last decades is reported a fearsome, approximately 2 - 2.1 m tall monster with lizard-like skin....

Old Slave Mart in Charleston

One of the last slave auction galleries in the United States. This historic building was constructed in 1859 and slaves were sold here until...

Drayton Hall

The oldest unrestored plantation house in the United States. It as built sometimes around 1738 in the Palladian style. Now it serves as a...

Charleston County Courthouse

A historical court building (1790-1792). It has been designed in Neoclassicism style by James Hoban and is a model for his later work -...

Dock Street Theatre

Hotel - theatre building in the historical center of Charleston. Constructed in 1809 and adorned with wrought-iron balcony. This hotel was built in the...

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...