Monterey Square, Savannah, GA Photos

Monterey Square (1847) of Savannah at Bull & Wayne Streets was named in honor the battle Monterey in the Mexican Wars. Its main site are the Pulaski Monument, the Mickve Israel Synagogue, the Hugh M. Comer House, the Mirror Houses, & the Mercer House.

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Monument to Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski by Robert Eberhard Launitz. Savannah, GA.Statue of Liberty atop Pulaski Monument in Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.Relief shows Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski, a Pole who died on his horse in defense of Savannah. Savannah, GA.Carved eagle on General Casimir Pulaski monument. Savannah, GA.
Monument (1854) to Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski by Robert Eberhard Launitz. Savannah, GA.Statue of Liberty atop Pulaski Monument in Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.Relief shows Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski, a Pole who died on his horse in defense of Savannah. Savannah, GA.Carved eagle on General Casimir Pulaski monument. Savannah, GA.
Mickve Israel Synagogue on Monterey Square for a congregation which arrived 1733. Savannah, GA.Facade of Mickve Israel Synagogue. Savannah, GA.Hugh M. Comer House where former Confederate President Jefferson Davis stayed in 1886. Savannah, GA.William Hunter House. Savannah, GA.
Mickve Israel Synagogue on Monterey Square (1878) for a congregation which arrived 1733. Savannah, GA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Henry Harrison. On National Register.Facade of Mickve Israel Synagogue. Savannah, GA.Hugh M. Comer House (c1880) (Bull & Taylor on Monterey Square) where former Confederate President Jefferson Davis stayed in 1886. Savannah, GA.William Hunter House (1872) (Taylor St. on Monterey Square). Savannah, GA.
William Hunter House garden porches. Savannah, GA.12 East Taylor St. off Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.Entry of 12 East Taylor St. Savannah, GA.Mirror Houses built for sisters who squabbled over everything. Savannah, GA.
William Hunter House garden porches. Savannah, GA.12 East Taylor St. off Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.Entry of 12 East Taylor St. Savannah, GA.Mirror Houses (425 & 423 Bull St. on Monterey Square) built for sisters who squabbled over everything. Savannah, GA.
General Hugh W. Mercer House. Savannah, GA.House with wrought iron at 7 West Gordon on Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.

General Hugh W. Mercer House (1860-68) (Mercer Williams Museum) (429 Bull St. on Monterey Square). Savannah, GA. Architect: John S. Norris.House with wrought iron at 7 West Gordon on Monterey Square. Savannah, GA.


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