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Outdoor Skating Rink on Village Green

Published over 2 years ago by Mike Moody

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Outdoor skating rink located in downtown Greenville, SC on Village Green at the Main@Broad development. It is open for the Christmas season and will close January, 16.

Shoeless Joe Jackson Grave

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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The graves of Shoeless Joe Jackson and his wife Kate located in Woodlawn Memorial Park in Greenville, South Carolina.

Il Porcellino

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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Bronze boar sculpture and water fountain located in the Poinsett Plaza in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The fountain was purchased by a local g<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/il-porcellino-1">...(more)</a>

Franklin D. Roosevelt Historic Marker

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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This historic marker was erected beneath the trestle where the funeral train carrying the body of President Franklin D. Roosevelt<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/franklin-d-roosevelt-historic-marker">...(more)</a>

Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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The Shoeless Joe Jackson Musuem is located on Field Street in the historic West End of Greenville, SC. The museum contains memorabilia fro<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/shoeless-joe-jackson-museum">...(more)</a>

Kilgore-Lewis House

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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The Kilgore-Lewis house was built in 1838 by Josiah Kilgore. It became the headquarters for the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs, Inc on July 30, 1974.

Springwood Cemetery

Published almost 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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Located in downtown Greenville, Springwood cemetery is the final resting place of a number of persons important to the early history and developme<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/springwood-cemetery">...(more)</a>

Nathanael Greene Statue

Published about 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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General Nathanael Greene was named commander of the Southern Army by George Washington in 1780. Both the city and county of Greenville were named for General Greene.

Furman Ampitheatre

Published about 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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The ampitheatre is located on the campus of Furman University. It is home to the Music by the Lake Summer Concert Series and can hold 3000 people comfortably.

Parker High School Gym

Published over 3 years ago by Mike Moody

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The gymnasium on the Parker High School Campus.

Liberty Bridge at Falls Park

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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Curved pedestrian bridge crossing the Reedy River supported by only two columns

Furman Bell Tower

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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The Furman Bell Tower was dedicated in 1965 and constructed using the same specifications as the original tower which was built in 1854 on the men's campus in downtown Greenville. It houses a 60 bell carillon.

Cherrydale Mansion

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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The Cherrydale Mansion was built around 1857 and was the home of the first Furman University President. The Mansion was moved to the Furman campu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cherrydale-mansion-1">...(more)</a>

Furman Paladin Stadium

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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Furman Football stadium located on the Furman University campus in Greenville, SC.

Liberty Bridge

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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345 foot suspension bridge crossing the Reedy river

Rudolf Anderson Memorial

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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F-86 Sabre jet erected as a memorial to Major Rudolf Anderson who was killed during the Cuban missle crisis when his U-2 was shot down

Parker High School Auditorium

Published almost 4 years ago by Mike Moody

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Parker High School Auditorium built in 1938 as part of the largest WPA school project. Designated a historic site in 2000.