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Charleston oldest, most beautiful churches: Circular, St. Philip, St. Michael and French Huguenot

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 14.07.2010

Charleston, the Holy City, boasts some of the oldest, most magnificent and mysterious churches in the state, if not the country. Here are the most famous ones (historic data from the churches’ websites):
The Independent Circular Church
In 1680, “dissenter” English Congregationalists, Scots Presbyterians and French Huguenots of the original settlement erected a Meeting House in [...]

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Dock Street Theatre, Charleston’s elusive darling: Ghosts, weird artifacts, exquisite art and fame!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 09.05.2010

I recently visited the newly renovated Dock Street Theatre, the most flamboyant building in Charleston, a cradle of art, music and intrigue for the last 3 centuries. You can tour the theater on you own for free, when not in use.
Dock Street Theatre history
• Dock Street Theatre, built in 1735, was America’s first theater building [...]

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Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston Harbor most romantic guardian

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 08.04.2010

The Morris Island Lighthouse has been the Charleston Harbor most loyal sentinel for almost two centuries. If you’re a lucky Charleston vacationer do yourself a favor and go to Folly Beach to see this romantic lighthouse, a truly South Carolina legacy!
Things to know before you go
The lighthouse rests in the water about 300 feet offshore. [...]

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Get ready for the National Fishing and Boating Week and SC free fishing days!

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 18.05.2009

South Carolina’s free fishing days will be held this year June 6 and 7 as part of the 9th annual National Fishing and Boating Week, an event coordinated by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation to help share the benefits of fishing and boating.

Come on out and try your fishing skills without having to [...]

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Guess who’s coming to your Charleston dinner

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 19.12.2008

Look who’s talking now! Yep it’s another round of funny old time Charleston expressions.
Tis the season and jolly up!

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Fun and affordable weekend activities with kids in and around Charleston

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 27.05.2008

Here is a list with some of the most interesting things to do with children while visiting Charleston South Carolina. At least that’s what I found to work best with my 4 years old daughter for the past year or so.
Free activities
1. Isle of Palms – family oriented; the beach is close to Isle of [...]

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Walterboro Artisans Center and Colleton Museum: Indulge your artistic side and love for Carolina history (free family things to do)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 23.05.2008

Need ideas on how to spend quality family time this Memorial Day weekend or on your vacation travel to Charleston, Edisto or Hilton Head? Well make a day trip to historic Walterboro and visit the South Carolina Artisans Center and Colleton Museum. They are both FREE to attend.
Walterboro was established as a summer colony in [...]

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Isle of Palms Beach Photos: Happy Family Vacation, Peace, Fun and Romance (Charleston free things to do)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 03.05.2008

“Serenity Now!” Leave your worries behind and come free your mind, body and spirit at peaceful Isle of Palms beach.
You can walk barefoot, walk your dog, lose yourself gazing at the blue ocean waters, swim, run, bicycle, collect shells, surf, run a kite, play volleyball, or just take a well-deserved nap…the possibilities for fun are [...]

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Gentleman and Headless Torso ghosts, the Carriage Inn spooky residents (Charleston free and scary things to do)

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 01.05.2008

The Carriage House Inn, located on South Battery Street right across from the Battery Park, has been a Charleston darling for more than a century. Some of its guests are so enchanted they don’t want to ever leave. As people say, in Charleston “you are almost always in spitting distance of a ghost”
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Mysterious Charleston in Photos: Ghost Sightings, Dark Stories, Famous Houses and Just for Fun

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 06.04.2008

If you don’t have time to walk the streets of mysterious Charleston (yes there is dark side to the Holy City :-)), here is an easy shortcut. Watch the slideshow to spot few of the places where specters still appear, unsolved murders and bloody duels took place, get a peak at some famous houses and [...]

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