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Published on Nov 21, 2008
Savannah is characterized by its various districts each with their own characteristics, amenities and history. The historic downtown area with its fine dining, shops and accommodations fronts the Savannah River, which separates Georgia and South Carolina. Savannah is one of few cities that committed significant acreage to public parks and open spaces that beckon residents and visitors alike to slow down and enjoy its beauty. Savannah city streets are shaded by enormous Live Oaks draped with Spanish moss, and its architecture offers magnificently crafted ironwork on balconies and gates, lofty parlors lit by large shuttered windows, private courtyards and mysterious passageways - all of which add to the allure of this romantic southern city that General Sherman deemed too beautiful to burn.