Savannah, Georgia Page11
Photos/text this page courtesy of Richard Edling, PA

(2006) Greene Square
The square is named for Revolutionary War hero General Nathanael Greene, who is incidentally buried with his son, and memorialized with an obelisk, in Johnson Square


(2006) River Street (Factors Walk)
On the bluff facing the Savannah River are nine blocks of renovated cotton warehouses that house about 80 restaurants, pubs, night spots, hotels, shops, galleries, and boutiques. Adding to the sightseeing is a working harbor of huge, building-size cargo ships, tug boats, and sailing ships that are seen plowing the murky waters of the Savannah River


(2006) River Street (Factors Walk)


(2006) River Street (Factors Walk)

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