Locations In Savannah

Dated: 01/15/2014

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Notable locations in Savannah: Camp Low, Savannah Filtration Plant, Savannah Golf Club, Hunter Golf Course, Savannah Country Club, Savannah Municipal Golf Course, Savannah Port Authority Industrial Park, Savannah Speedway, Trustees Garden, Windsor Forest Golf Course, Robert E Robinson Parking Garage, City Market, City Market Parking Garage, Riverfront Plaza, Factors Walk, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace,  Trustees Garden Village, Button Gwinnett Industrial Park (R), Interchange Industrial Park, Chatham Center Business Park.Shopping Centers: Bacon Park Shopping Center, Chatham Plaza Shopping Center, Crossroads Shopping Center, DeRenne Shopping Center, Globe Shopping Center, Grove Park Plaza Shopping Center,, Habersham Shopping Center, Largo Plaza Shopping Center,  McAlpine Square Shopping Center. Churches in Savannah include: Antioch Church, Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Zion Hill Baptist Church, Word First Christian Church, Windsor Forest Baptist Church, White Bluff United Methodist Church, Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church, Washington Avenue Christian Church, Victory Drive Deliverance Temple.Cemeteries: Laurel Grove Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, Cherokee Hill Cemetery, Colonial Park Cemetery, New Guinea Cemetery, East Savannah Cemetery, Hillcrest Cemetery. Lake: Lake Mayer.Rivers and creeks: Houston Creek, Hoover Creek, Haneys Creek, Forest River, Crooked Creek, Breakfast Creek, Savannah River, Ogeechee River.Parks in Savannah include: Bacon Park, Laroche Park, Ardsley Park, Savannah Historic District, Savannah Victorian Historic District, Solomons Park, Telfair Square, Theus Park, Thompson Recreation Center, Tom Triplett Park. Tourist attractions: Beach Institute African American Cultural Center (Museums; 502 East Harris Street), King Tisdell Cottage Foundation (Museums; 502 East Harris Street), King Tisdell (Museums; 514 East Huntingdon Street), Andrew Low House (Museums; 329 Abercorn Street),  Massie Heritage Interpretation Center (Museums; 207 East Gordon Street), Mercer-Williams House (Historical Places & Services; 430 Whitaker Street), Negro Heritage Trail Tours (Cultural Attractions- Events- & Facilities; 502 East Harris Street), Live Oak Public Libraries (Cultural Attractions- Events- & Facilities; 2002 Bull Street), Telfair Museum of Art (Historical Places & Services; 121 Barnard Street). 
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