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Countdown to Savannah: Monuments, Statues and Fountains
Written by teaberry
In early 2007, we started our official Countdown to Savannah. Each Sunday, we posted a different topic about this special city where we met for our first Great Slow Travel Gathering in Spring 2008.
With 63 posts over 14+ months, we learned a lot about the many facets of this historic, hospitable and intriguing American city. Our weekly posts touched on Savannah's history, famous people, architecture, food, culture, surrounding area and much more. We hope this information acquaints you with Savannah, entices you to visit this historic city, and prepares you for a very memorable trip.
When I travel, I love to explore the many statues, monuments, and fountains that adorn each town, village, and city. Landmarks such as these always enrich my visits, and can tell a story, commemorate heroes and historical events, recognize civic and humanitarian contributions, or simply just beautify the area. In a town that is well known for its beautifully designed public spaces and park squares, Savannah is the perfect backdrop for admiring its history, stories, talent, and values.
Here are a handful of the many markers that you may discover during your stay in Savannah. Explore, and get inspired and uplifted.
All About Savannah: Links to many information pages about Savannah (where to eat, where to stay, places of interest, getting around town, and more)
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