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This is one of many beautiful squares in Savannah. It has a small but lovely fountain - apparently, the oldest fountain in Savannah. A nice spot to stop by and take pictures or just rest and enjoy the view.
Granted it is small, but it is also cute. 3 historic houses line the streets surrounding it, the Isaiah Davenport House, the Abraham Sheftall House and the Kehoe House. The square goes back to 1799. Some impressive live oaks spread their huge muscular limbs while...More
Columbia Square is one of 22 squares in downtown Savannah, Georgia. It is one of the smallest. And, until recent years, because so many of the squares are located on the east side of the historic center of Savannah, it was one of the most...More
A beautiful square seen best at night when there is less noise and traffic. The fountain in the square is said to be the oldest in Savannah. Thought to have been the original fountain at Wormsloe Plantation, salvaged and restored and put on display in...More
We visited Columbia Square while in Savannah. It is a smaller square, one of 22 in downtown Savannah. As with most of the other squares, it is shaded by large live oak trees. It has nice fountain in the middle. The shaded squares in Savannah...More
One of the smaller of the many lovely squares in the Savannah historic district. A nice little park with a fountain. With its size and location, this one feels a little more peaceful than many of the other squares. It was a great place to...More