Barnard Street squares & a bit more

Savannah is a city best experienced on foot.  Here are some photos from the last day of my last Savannah trip.  I took an afternoon walk down Barnard Street – from Gaston Street to City Market – and took photos of each square.  Plus a few other photos, too.

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Chatham Square

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Chatham Square benches in November afternoon sun

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Pulaski Square

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Pulaski Square

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Orleans Square

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Orleans Square

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German Memorial Fountain in Orleans Square

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Telfair Square, looking at the Telfair Museum

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Ellis Square at City Market. This is a reclaimed square and didn’t exist when I was a kid.

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Moss-crowned lion statute (guarding General Oglethorpe’s statue). This was on my walk back on Bull Street.

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To answer the Chatham Square bench question: Yes, I do! Best wishes on your search, dear Bench Writer.

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