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St. Michael's Church is beautiful. It is an icon in downtown found on the four corners of law, at the intersection of Meeting and Broad Streets. One cannot miss it when in the area but go inside to view this wonderful place of worship as...More
St. Michael's Church. one of several churches on Meeting Street in downtown Charleston, is the oldest Charleston church building dating to the mid-1700s. St. Michael's Church is easily identified by its tall multi-layered white steeple that reminded me of a wedding cake. Classical white columns,...More
I recommend coming here after you have toured Charleston as you will be more familiar with the names of the families in the grave yard. You can see the pew where George Washington sat when he was there. Also, Robert E. Lee. The stained glass...More
Another of Charleston's wonderful and historic churches! Be sure to stop in and visit St. Michael's while in Charleston and learn of it's rich history and earthquake that gave the steeple its signature lean.
We were able to visit inside; beautiful, elegant, historical church.
The cemetery is also well worth walking through, as there are graves from the 1700s on. Don't miss two extremely important gravestones: those of Charles Pickney, and John Rutledge, both singers of the Constitution, and...More