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Settled in 1773, Savannah is one of the best-preserved spots in the south, thanks in part to a mayoral decree in 1864 that demanded the city should be forever untouched. Today, Savannah still has its Antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets, and scenic public squares, making visiting the city feel like walking back in time. Read more

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Settled in 1773, Savannah is one of the best-preserved spots in the south, thanks in part to a mayoral decree in 1864 that demanded the city should be forever untouched. Today, Savannah still has its Antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets, and scenic public squares, making visiting the city feel like walking back in time. History buffs will likely enjoy Savannah's Historic District (go figure), full of distinctive 18th- and 19th-century architecture. Most of the city's original public squares still stand, surrounded by old, romantic architecture in Gothic, Gregorian, and Greek Revival styles. The neighborhood's famous tree-lined road leading to the Fountain can also be found here, in Forsyth Park.

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