Another beauty of a square, Great history, The famous Tomochichi Rock located here. Also the wonderful Gordon monument. The Lutheran Church of Ascension borders the square.
We had been here before, and thought it was just another pretty green space. But this time we had a ghost tour app, and found there is all sorts of history (haunted and otherwise) in this square. There used to be a hanging gallows at one end of the park. And Tomochichi was buried in the middle of the square,... More
All the girl scouts come to this square to see the monument. Unfortunately there are so many people laying around on the benches, doggies pooing in the grass and food cart & customers blocking the sidewalks that it is impossible to enjoy.
We went through all the Squares in Savannah's Historic District. This was one of the more haunted ones with the monument in the center built over the place where the scaffold use to be that hangings were conducted at. All the squares are beautiful, well kept and great fun to walk through.
Wright Square is nice, shady, sometimes has a street musician or a band might even be playing. There are locals who craft flowers or crosses from palm fronds and sell for $1 or more. It's in the heart of downtown and sometimes the tulips and other flowers are just fabulous. Check out the statue in the center and sit and... More
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