Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Charlestowne

Top Points of Interest & Landmarks in Charlestowne (Charleston)

Points of Interest & Landmarks in Charlestowne

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  • James c
    Oklahoma City, OK84 contributions
    I saw all these buildings while on a walking tour. Charleston buildings and history is like no other place in us, similar to savannah but more colonial like n.e. usa but palm trees and has a Caribbean influence. Really nice city to visit.
    Written September 17, 2022
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  • Stucolco
    Johns Island, SC1,594 contributions
    We recently attended our first Chamber Music Charleston concert at this wonderful location, the first time that we had been there. The room in which the concert was performed was excellent with perfect acoustics for the piano, violin, and cello trio that performed. We are certainly looking forward to attending more concerts in this fabulous location on Meeting Street.
    Written February 20, 2022
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  • edcmoverman
    Houston, TX158 contributions
    My wife and I visited this Church for the 8:30 AM service - We were made very welcome even the Pastor (R. Marshall Blalock) came over to where we wehere sitting and talked to for five minutes. We love the history of the Church. First Baptist Church, Charleston, the earliest Baptist church in the South was organized on September 25, 1682 in Kittery, Maine, under the sponsorship of the First Baptist Church of Boston. Late in 1696, the pastor William Screven, and 28 members of the Kittery congregation immigrated to Charleston, SC. We welcome you to visit the present sanctuary, designed by Robert Mills, the first American-born architect. The structure was completed in the 1820s and has received national acclaim for its classic design and beauty. Great gospel singing and sermon.

    I will go back the next time I am in Charleston.
    Written June 20, 2018
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