We anticipated only taking a few minutes at Magnolia Cemetery. But it turned out to be more than an hour. The cemetery is larger than what I expected and is the final resting place for many of the Charleston citizens you read or hear about in history. It is well kept, but not immaculate. And that seems to fit. There are confederate generals buried here as well as the crew of the Hunley submarine. There is no admission fee, but there is a contributions box at the entrance. This is a very pretty and peaceful place to visit.
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