Lafayette Square, Savannah, GA Photos

Lafayette Square of Savannah is at Abercorn & Macon Streets. Its main sites are the Cathedral of St John the Baptist & the Girl Scout's founder Juliette Gordon Low house, now a museum. The square honors the Marquis de Lafayette, of France who advised Americans during the Revolutionary War.

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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist on Lafayette Square. Savannah, GA.Cathedral of St. John the Baptist against sky. Savannah, GA.Spires of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.Interior of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (1872-6 then 1898-1900) on Lafayette Square. Savannah, GA. Architect: Baldwin & Price.Cathedral of St. John the Baptist against sky. Savannah, GA.Spires of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.Interior of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.
Ceiling of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Patrick stained glass window in Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Michael slaying dragon stained glass window in Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Patrick's Day procession at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.
Ceiling of Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Patrick stained glass window in Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Michael slaying dragon stained glass window in Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.St. Patrick's Day procession at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Savannah, GA.
Fountain at center of Lafayette Square. Savannah, GA.Andrew Low House adulthood home of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low now a museum. Savannah, GA.Front door of Andrew Low House welcomed guests like Robert E. Lee & William Makepeace Thackeray. Savannah, GA.Lion in front of Andrew Low House. Savannah, GA.
Fountain at center of Lafayette Square. Savannah, GA.Andrew Low House (1849) (329 Abercorn St. on Lafayette Square) adulthood home of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low now a museum. Savannah, GA. Architect: John S. Norris. On National Register.Front door of Andrew Low House welcomed guests like Robert E. Lee & William Makepeace Thackeray. Savannah, GA.Lion in front of Andrew Low House. Savannah, GA.
Wrought iron veranda of Andrew Low House. Savannah, GA.Hamilton-Turner House. GA.Hamilton-Turner House built for jeweler & city mayor, Samuel Pugh Hamilton. Savannah, GA.Short story author Mary Flannery O'Conner childhood home. Savannah, GA.
Wrought iron veranda of Andrew Low House. Savannah, GA.Hamilton-Turner House (1873) (330 Abercorn St.). GA.Hamilton-Turner House built for jeweler & city mayor, Samuel Pugh Hamilton. Savannah, GA.Short story author Mary Flannery O'Conner (1925-64) childhood home (207 East Charlton St. on Lafayette Square). Savannah, GA.

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