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Thoughts for Wordless Wednesday - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC

Thoughts for Wordless Wednesday - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC

 Magnolia Cemetery is one of Charleston's best kept secrets.  Hours can be spent trapesing through one hundred and fifty years of history.  There are approximately 35,000 grave-sites.  The famous and the infamous are buired here, amongst a dramatic southern scene of moss draped oak trees with a few Palmetto trees sprinkled through the cemetery.   

Magnolia Cemetary, Charleston, SC

 70 Cunnington Ave, Charleston, SC  29405

9 AM - 4 PM           Free admission

Thoughts for Wordless Wednesday - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC

 

 

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Comment balloon 2 commentsJoye Hollis Ridgeway • March 04 2009 08:58AM
Thoughts for Wordless Wednesday - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC
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Thoughts for Wordless Wednesday - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC Magnolia Cemetery is one of Charleston's best kept secrets. Hours can be spent trapesing through one hundred and fifty years of history. There are approximately 35, 000… more