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About Savannah

The historic quarter of Savannah sits on a bluff overlooking the Savannah River. Tourist shops line the streets on the hill descending to the riverwalk, and above this, the quaint, narrow streets of the city extend southward in a pattern marked by parks at regular intervals. In the humid climate, vegetation thrives where possible.

Savannah was founded on February 12, 1733 by James Edward Oglethorpe, making it the oldest city in Georgia. The population in 2000 stood at 131,510.

Street Index

Abercorn Street
Barnard Street
Bay Street
Broughton Street
Bryan Street
Bull Street
Congress Street
Drayton Street
Fahm Street
Indian Street
Jefferson Street
Martin Luther King Street
Montgomery Street
River Street
St. Julian Street
State Street
Whitaker Street
Williamson Street

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