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Savannah, Georgia City Skyline Panorama

Savannah, Georgia City Skyline Panorama

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This aerial panoramic photograph of Savannah, Georgia, was taken by James Blakeway. It shows Riverfront Plaza, a nine-block pedestrian concourse along the Savannah River that offers many historic buildings and shops. The tall building on the near side of the river, which is Hutchinson Island, is the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort. The large white building next to it is the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. Directly behind the hotel, on the Savannah side of the river, is Savannah City Hall with the gold-domed roof. The cable-stayed bridge on the right is Talmadge Memorial Bridge. Savannah is known for its many restored 18th and 19th Century homes and buildings that give Savannah its unique Southern character and charm.
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Savannah, Georgia City Skyline Wall Decor

Savannah skyline pictures show a city full of Southern hospitality and charm, founded during the American colonial era. The city has thrived since its foundation due to its convenient location on the Atlantic River. In addition, it is the oldest city in the state of Georgia. Influenced by many cultures, the city was a strategic port also during the American Revolutionary War and Civil War.

Many Savannah skyline wall decor focuses on Riverfront Plaza along the Savannah River. This historic neighborhood has many shops and examples of early American architecture. Many are restorations of the original 18th-19th century constructions that are a staple of Savannah skyline art.

The most prominent building in the Savannah city skyline seen in pictures of Hutchinson Island is the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort. In addition, the gold-domed Savannah City Hall building can be seen in Savannah panoramic art.

Famous for its hospitality and charm, the beauty and appeal of the city can be seen in Savannah skyline pictures. Nicknamed "The Hostess City of the South," tourism remains one of Savannah's major economic forces, with over 12 million visitors finding entertainment in the city each year.

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