Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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 -...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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...

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,...

Lee Falls

Approximately 23 m tall waterfall on Tamassee Creek, the most prominent plunge is some 15 m high. Considered to be one of the most...

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...