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Laid out in 1733, this charming Square is the first of Savannah’s 24 Squares. It is prominently located on Bull Street, and was named for Oglethorpe’s friend, General Robert Johnson of South Carolina. From olden times until now, residents gathered here to discuss the current...More
Yet another square named after one person while commemorating another. Johnson Square is named after Robert Johnson, the Royal Governor of South Carolina in 1733 when the square was laid out. It was the largest square in downtown Nashville.
The square has 2 fountains and...More
While walking along Bryan Street in Savannah on our way to the next attraction, we stooped to take a breather in Johnson Square. There were plenty of benches and we sat down an relaxed until the flying bugs started to bother us.
Johnson Square was the first of the original 22 squares constructed in Savannah, Georgia, and it remains the largest. Located on Bull Street, between Bryan and Congress Streets, it was named after Governor Robert Johnson, who was the Governor of what is now South Carolina....More
For the 26%+ of churches that trace themselves back to the Wesleyan and Methodist renewal movement, this historic square is where John Wesley nailed his resignation to one of the stately oaks. But part of the method that bears his name was to bounce back...More
We walked to a few different squares in Savannah and this one was our favorite. Every side of this square provides a wonderful and different view. On one side, City Hall can be seen in the distance and is beautifully framed with columns of trees...More