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Pretty Square (no statue or fountains though)

At the intersection of Barnard and West Macon streets, one of the later squares planned for the... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
Kristen H
Raleigh, North Carolina
No statue but still beautiful

Although Pulaski Square is named after General Casimir Pulaski, a hero of the Revolutionary War, it... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2017
United States
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City square with many monuments and historical markers.
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“spanish moss” (2 reviews)
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Savannah, GA
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

At the intersection of Barnard and West Macon streets, one of the later squares planned for the city. Where's the statue? No, it wasn't removed because it was confederate. His monument is actually in Monterey Square -- and no, no fountain either. Still pretty though!

Thank Kristen H
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Although Pulaski Square is named after General Casimir Pulaski, a hero of the Revolutionary War, it is one of the Savannah Squares that does not feature a statue or monument. It's still beautiful nonetheless.

Thank AAHolt
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Part of enjoying Savannah's charm is relaxing on a park bench in one of their lovely squares. Play tag with your kids, enjoy a game of cards with friends, sip some lemonade and just relax. We live such hectic lives and don't take enough time...More

Thank BelleCase
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

This square was definitely different then then others as there are no monument or statue standing in the heart of it. It's a very simple, small and Quiet park.

1  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 8 May 2017

This square, laid out in 1837, honors the Polish General/Count Pulaski, who fought for us in the Revolutionary War. However, his statue can be found in Monterey Square. There is no monument/statue in this densely wooded square.

Thank urbanguy
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Beautiful. Stately oak trees draped in the Spanish moss. Pretty azaleas, comfortable benches... Typical Savannah, and before you make it there, you would have seen it in other Squares. ....and yes, Pulaski monument is Not here...

2  Thank Wenovo
Reviewed 5 February 2017

When you get to Pulaski Square, it has a different look than so many of the others as it doesn't have big fountains or monuments. What it does have are homes with a different look than the other Squares in Savannah, with many of them...More

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Nice place to stop and visit when touring Savannah. It's enjoyable to stop and appreciate this square, which was dedicated to General Pulaski, an American hero of the Revolutionary war.

Thank Justin C
Reviewed 7 June 2016

One of the more quiet of thew squares with homes surrounding. I appreciate it's lack of visitors and large greenery selections.

Thank tedact
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Dedicated to General Casimir Pulaski, this square was laid out in 1837. He was the victim of the Siege of Savannah during the Revolutionary War in 1779. (The Pulaski statue can be found in Monterey Square.) The lack of a monument does not distract from...More

Thank jeffl499
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