Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, erected in 1898, is one of the largest Roman Catholic Cathedrals in this section of the country.
Most perfect example of English Regency in Savannah, built in 1817, it is work of noted English Architect William Jay. It is now administered by the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences as an authentic house museum.
Beautiful Victory Drive
(U.S. Highway 80)
Built as a memorial to Savannah's soldiers of World War I, this is said to be the longest palm and azalea lined drive in the world. It passes through picturesque residential sections and on to the little town of Thunderbolt and Savannah Beach and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
The Eugene Talmadge Bridge
The Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge dedicated as a memorial to the late former Governor of Georgia, was built at a cost of $14,600,000. The structure is 6,034 ft. long with a vertical clearance of 135 feet over the Savannah River.