Travel Blog: Snapshot of Savannah, Georgia

Savannah, Georgia is easily one of my favourite places in the world. It has everything I could ever want from a city; hundreds of years of history, beautiful old mansions, lofty moss trees, crumbling ancient graveyards, and tons of ghost stories and legends. Essentially, all the makings of my “happy place”.

Here I will share with you some of my best photos of Savannah, Georgia so that you can see for yourself what a gem this city is.

Beautiful Antique shop

View from one of Savannah’s many squares.

Drayton Street in the afternoon.

Beautiful fountain in front of the Old Savannah Cotton Exchange

Walking through one of Savannah’s squares with famous tour guide “Savannah Dan” in the background.

Cathedral of St.John the Baptist

The entrance to Colonial Park Cemetery.

Me standing in front of the famous “Mercer house” that was written about in the book “midnight in the garden of good and evil”

The Mercer House

Beautiful fountain in the Center of one of Savannah’s many squares.

A headstone from the Colonial Cemetery.

Colonial Cemetery.

Inside the beautiful St. John the Baptist church.

The historic River Street Inn by the water front.

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