Posted on April 21, 2018
Rainbow Row was coined for the 13 pastel colored historic Georgian buildings from 79 to 107 Bay Street in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. The homes, originally built in the 1800s, were painted as they were restored in the 1930s and 1940s. Prior to restoration, they were in poor condition and were so run down, they were considered slums.
From Maryland and sometimes North Carolina, where land and sea meet the sky.
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