Few People Know Parts Of An Iconic Landmark In South Carolina Were Actually Imported From Germany

Charleston has long been known as “The Holy City,” and while the origin of the nickname isn’t known for certain, there’s no doubt that the area is full of churches, many of which are full of history. One of those churches, an iconic landmark in South Carolina, even has some stained glass windows that were imported from Germany.

The church is included in the National Register of Historic Places and is worth a visit to see in person! Visit the St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church website for more information. Is there another iconic landmark in South Carolina with a fascinating history that we haven’t featured before but should? Nominate the landmark for consideration!

Check out this list and photos of some of the other oldest churches in South Carolina!

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Address: Saint Mary of the Annunciation, 95 Hasell St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA