Religious Sites in Charleston

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Religious Sites in Charleston

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Name Category Location
 
The Hunley
In 1864, the Confederacy's H. L. Hunley torpedoed the Union warship...
Religious Sites, Military Sites North of Broad
 
Circular Congregational Church
The first church building erected on this site in the 1680s gave...
Religious Sites North of Broad
 
French Protestant (Huguenot) Church
The circa-1845 Gothic-style church is home to the only practicing...
Religious Sites North of Broad
 
Mepkin Abbey
This active Trappist monastery overlooking the Cooper River is...
Religious Sites Moncks Corner
 
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
Topped by a 186-foot steeple, Charleston's most famous, this...
Religious Sites South of Broad
 
St. Philip's Church
One of the three churches that gave Church Street its name, this...
Religious Sites, Cemeteries North of Broad
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