Historic South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina is one of the most beautiful cities in the country.

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Here is a view from beneath the cables of the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina. The Arthur Ravenel Bridge over the Cooper River opened in July 2005. This eight-lane, cable stayed bridge with two diamond-shaped towers allows clearance for ocean freighters to access the port of Charleston, South Carolina. The bridge connects downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. It is the third longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.


A small dog on a walk enjoys the brightly colored houses line East Bay Street in Charleston, South Carolina. Thirteen historic houses make up Rainbow Row. Built in the 18th century, the Rainbow Row houses represent the longest cluster of Georgian row houses in the United States.


A black bicycle is color coordinated with the white clapboard house with black shutters on Meeting Street south of Broad…

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  1. Wonderful images, Catherine…. I especially enjoyed the Rainbow Row and Husband Parking ~ very quaint and colourful! 🙂

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