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St. Helena's Anglican Church
Churches & Cathedrals, Historic Sites
St. Michael's Church
Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches & Cathedrals, Historic Sites
Middleton Place
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Gardens
St. Helena's Anglican Church
Churches & Cathedrals, Historic Sites
St. Michael's Church
Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches & Cathedrals, Historic Sites
Middleton Place
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Gardens
Bay Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Drayton Hall
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Angel Oak Tree
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Geologic Formations
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Liberty Bridge Greenville
This bridge is located in downtown greenville, a very exciting area, with a lot of good places to eat, the reedy river falls is a very beautiful thing to see, and the park there is very lovely and great for a walk...
The Liberty Bridge, designed by architect Miguel Rosales of Boston is a cable stayed curved bridge for pedestrians providing wonderful views of the falls on the Reedy River.
With the beautiful Charleston blue sky above, the beautiful Cooper River below, and huge container ships and pleasure boats going under the bridge under you, in good weather this bridge, which is gorgeous in itsel...
The Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park and Pier right underneath provides ample parking (small fee via parking kiosks) bathrooms, playgrounds, fishing pier, snack bar, fishing supplies (bait, rod/reel rental), and event...
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The gentle flowing Creek is nice with rocks you can climb on to take some wonderful photos.
Lovely area with a walking area and plaques telling the history of the bridge and local area.
A short drive north of Greenville and a few miles off of Hwy 25 takes you to the beautiful stone structure with easily accessible trail with steps.
The bridge was built by Joel Roberts Poinsett to span a difficult ford of Little Gap Creek in 1820.