The Fountain at Columbia Square
Last night I was spent walking around the east side of the Historic District, specifically the block or two surrounding Columbia Square. Columbia Square is sometimes overlooked, with many tourists visiting the Squares on the west-side, such as Johnson and Monterey, but Columbia is probably my favorite Square. Usually nice and quiet, it is a great place to relax and take in the beautiful architecture that surrounds the Square. One of the most important houses in Savannah, the Davenport House, is located on Columbia Square. This is the house that is credited with helping to spark the revival of the historic homes and buildings in Savannah.
This fountain, located in the center of Columbia Square, was originally found at Wormsloe Plantation. When the historic preservation movement was under way Eudora and Wainwright Roebling brought this fountain from Wormsloe to help in their efforts to renovate the square.
My name is Timothy Nealon and I am a wedding photographer from Savannah Georgia.