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Reynolds Square

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Updated 10/02/2014

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Anglican cleric and theologian John Wesley is remembered here. He arrived in Savannah in 1736 at the behest of General James Oglethorpe. During his short stay, the future founder of the Methodist Church preached and wrote the first English hymnal in the city. His monument in Reynolds Square is shaded by greenery and surrounded by park benches. The landmark Planters Inn, formerly the John Wesley Hotel, is also located on the square. Ironically, though it was named after a man of the cloth, it was considered the best brothel in town at the turn of the century.

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Abercorn St., between E. Congress and E. Bryan Sts., Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States

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Updated 10/02/2014

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