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The Coburg Cow at Halloween - Charleston, SC

The Coburg Cow at Halloween - Charleston, SC

The Coburg Cow at Halloween - Charleston, SC

Just ask anyone living in the West Ashley area of Charleston, SC about the The Coburg Cow !! She is one of Charleston's most popular characters and definately a famous landmark.   She has been around since late 1920's and known to survive several storms:  Hurricane Hugo (1989), The Citadel Cadets trying to ride her (1992), and City of Charleston Board of Zoning (2001).

She was taken to shelter before Hugo struck, she was restored after the run-in with the Citadel Cadets, and she has been granted a zoning variance by the City of Charleston.  

Located at 901 Savannah Highway, we at AgentOwned Realty are proud to have her as our across-the-street neighbor.

Today, she is sporting  her Halloween attire.

Trick or Treat from the Coburg Cow !

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