Shared Photos – Post #32

Another Monday and still MORE PHOTOS!   We continue to ask our clients and friends to share their travel photos so that we could post them and remind ourselves of the joy which travel brings AND of which it will bring again, when conditions allow.

Thinking again of ‘close to home’ locations, today’s photos are from the great port city of Charleston, SC, with many historic churches and classic architecture:

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U.S. Customs House, on the waterfront

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Historic Charleston City Market, extends back for several blocks!

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Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist

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Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, interior

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Saint Michael’s Church, a colonial landmark

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Gothic Revival French Huguenot Church

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Historic Circular Congregational Church

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St. Philip’s Church, city’s oldest congregation (1838)

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Washington Square

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Classic example of the remaining cobblestone streets

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Typical street fronts

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Large homes & historic homes along the waterfront

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The Calhoun Mansion Museum

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The Calhoun Mansion entrance

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examples of the many classic window boxes

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Joseph Manigault House, 1803

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local garden entrance

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classic example of a Charleston courtyard

We continue to ask our clients and friends to share their travel photos so that we could post them and remind ourselves of the joy which travel brings AND of which it will bring again, when conditions allow.

 

 

 

 

 

It’s not too late to send your photos, if you have not done so already; we’d love to add

them to our upcoming posts!  If so, please email to info@CruiseEscapes.com and include

the location where each photo was taken.

More will follow soon; watch for our next post !

 

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