Monday, June 1, 2020

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...

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 -...

Rainbow Row in Charleston

A group of thirteen historical row houses which are colored in diverse bright pastel colors. The longest and most impressive cluster of Georgian row...

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....

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...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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....