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WRIGHT SQUARE: HUB OF CIVIC PRIDE

Known to older generations of Savannahians as the “courthouse square,” Wright Square has the distinction of being one of Savannah’s four original squares, laid out by the city’s founder Gen. James Edward Oglethorpe in 1733.

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MADISON SQUARE: ARCHITECTURAL GEMS ABOUND

One of Savannah’s “monumental” squares anchoring Bull Street, Madison Square also has the distinction of being one of Georgia’s most historic places.

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TROUP SQUARE: JINGLE ALL THE WAY

Troup Square offers a harmonious blend of historic single family homes, renovated condominiums, churches and restaurants overlooking one of the city’s most scenic green spaces. The square has its own unique style and picturesque environment that has appealed to Savannahians for generations.

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ELLIS SQUARE: A VIBRANT HUB OF COMMERCE AND CULTURE

One of Savannah’s four original squares, Ellis Square was first named Decker Square after one of Georgia’s original Trustees and was later renamed Ellis Square in honor of Henry Ellis, the colony’s second Royal Governor.

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TELFAIR SQUARE: AN EPICENTER OF ART AND CULTURE

Located on Barnard Street just south of Broughton Street, Telfair Square is rightly known as one of Savannah’s great cultural centers, hosting two of the three facilities owned and operated by Telfair Museums.

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