The Hollings Cancer Center at MUSC has helped countless people and families. While not a traditional looking Charleston building, it sure plays an important role in the city.
St. Mark’s Church was founded in 1865 by a group of free black Episcopalians after the end of the Civil War — as they had no other place to worship.
This well groomed house on Tradd Street is certainly eye-catching.
The congregation of St. Philip’s Church was established in 1681. The current iconic and gorgeous current building, which is the third to house the congregation, was built in 1836 (and the steeple completed in 1850).