An old-world atmosphere is readily apparent in the romantic city of Charleston, South Carolina. Slowed “Southern drawl” accents, graceful trees entangled in moss, and a plethora of well-preserved architecture combine to tell a city’s story unlike any other.

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Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Rainbow Row

Local lore suggests the pastel facade of Rainbow Row once helped drunken sailors find their way home.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

The American Theater

The American theater opened in 1942 and was designed by architect August E. Constantine, a Greek immigrant who designed many of Charleston's buildings during the 40s and 50s.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Huguenot Church

A Gothic Revival church located in Charleston, South Carolina that still closely adheres to 18th century French liturgy.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

The Citadel

This prestigious American military academy has an interior courtyard that dates back to the early 1800s.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Charleston Fire Department

This fire department in Charleston, South Carolina replaced one from a private insurance company that would only extinguish blazes that impacted insured buildings.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Mills House Hotel

President Theodore Roosevelt once stayed at this Charleston hotel in 1902.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

City Hall

Once the site of a beef market, this building is the second-oldest city hall in continuous use in the U.S.A.

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