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Monterey Square is a beautiful square located in the heart of the Historical District of Savannah. This square contains the Pulaski Monument and is adjacent to the Mercer Williams House and the Temple Mickve Israel. Jolly Chriss.
We visited Savannah College of Arts and Design on one of their SCAD sidewalk festival days. It was wonderful! Parking was easy to find. We walked the square then down the streets of Savannah. Food was easy to find. It was busy but still very...More
Another spot that is full of historical information. I try to read all the plaques at every place we see, sometimes if rushed I take a picture and look at it later. I took time to read here, and there is so much to learn...More
Monterey Square is a spot tied closely to Savannah's history. It is a quiet square with a monument commemorating Casmir Pulaski who fought in the revolutionary war. It is more famous for one of the houses facing the square: the Mercer Williams House. This was...More
This a beautiful shaded square in Savannah’s historic district surrounded by beautiful old homes. It’s centerpiece is the impressive Pulaski Monument in honor of Casmir Pulaski. The are some good historical plaques in this park including one with interesting information about Pulaski and another describing...More
So many beautiful squares to walk through, or sit and reflect with the trees
and flowers. This particular square has an obelisk dedicated to Gen. Casmire Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who fought and died in the Siege of Savanah in 1779.