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Fort Sumter

Built after the War of 1812, the sea fort was one of the opening scenes for the American Civil War.

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Joe Riley Waterfront Park
The waterfront park boasts spectacular views of the sea and is the perfect place to plop yourself down on an antiquated bench to enjoy the scenery.
French Huguenot Church
The only one of its kind remaining in the US, the church traces its roots to French Huguenot refugees in the late 1600's.
St Philip's Church
The church remains the oldest operating European-American congregation, and has been a church in the city since the 1680's.
Rainbow Row
One of the most photographed streets in Charleston, Rainbow Row consists of thirteen brightly painted Georgian homes.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
The Exchange was once owned by the British, the Confederacy, and the city of Charleston. It's the site where South Caroline ratified the US Constitution.
Old Slave Mart Museum
The first museum opened to tell the story of slaves in America, the museum is operated by people who can trace their family roots to the Charleston slave trade.

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