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The Market, Charleston, SC

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Well all, this is the last and final photo tour from my Charleston visit. Im off to the Outer Banks in two weeks, so stay tuned for photos from there :thumbsup:

The French Quarter Inn

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The Charleston Market

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The inside of one of the market buildings

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Henry's Bar and Restaurant

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Looking up at the market

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Around the market

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The Peninsula Grill

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The Planters Inn

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Office Buildings Downtown

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Looking up at the market

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Charleston Place

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More to come in a sec!

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Looking back at the Market

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The Market in all its glory

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Around the market

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The French Quarter Inn (when the sun finally came out :yahoo: )

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Churches down the streets

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The United States Customs House

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The Bank of America Building

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Vickery's Restaurant

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Down the street

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Charleston Square

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Charleston County Public Library

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Hope you all enjoyed the photo tour of Charleston :D

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Excellent, excellent, excellent. Thanks so much.

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This really was a fantastic photo tour. Thanks for posting these pics of my hometown! The pics definitely make me homesick...

Notice the Market Street shots with the nasty wooden poles and overhanging wires. Imagine if all of the utility lines were buried and metal, old-fashioned lightposts were placed. The street would look pristine.

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Looking back at the Market

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The Bank of America Building

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Enjoyed your charming tour, particularly the above two shots. That Bank of America Building is most impressive. I have never seen it. Imposing Market Hall is so CHARLESTON & I love the way it's positioned...I can't wait to re-visit CHARLESTON (after a 14-year absence) later this year...

Thanks!!!

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You almost wouldn't recognize it after 14 years! Its much cleaner than those times.

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Beautiful pictures! Even with the lack of skyscrapers Charleston still manages to convey a dense, urban, conservative atmosphere that is somewhat tropical in nature.

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Thats becasue it is all of those things. As far as urbanity goes, downtown Charleston is the best in the South, IMO.

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Thats becasue it is all of those things. As far as urbanity goes, downtown Charleston is the best in the South, IMO.

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You almost wouldn't recognize it after 14 years! Its much cleaner than those times.

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All of SC's major cities have a unique appeal to them. You will enjoy Main St in Greenville though. Our Greenville members do an excellent job of portraying downtown.

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I can't wait to see CHARLESTON again later this year & see the beautiful modern SC city of GREENVILLE (where I am flying into from SFO via HOUSTON) in the upcountry for the first time... Family is having a reunion in Columbia's Blythewood (spelling) in late summer; but I've never been to Greenville, which I have fallen in love with it after seeing it's downtown Reedy River & Falls in spectacular photos here on UrbanPlanet...so I'm flying into GSP instead of Cola's Metropolitan or into Charlotte...Host auntie of the Reunion lives in Columbia with a country house in Blythewood on a Lake, where the reunion of Pearsons and Scotts will transpire...

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Sounds great Zahc! :thumbsup: Let us know in the Greenville forum if you'd like any of us to show you around. We could even do a UP get together. :)

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