Travel Theme : Architecture

I believe this was in Salt Lake, Utah.

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This is a church in Savannah, Georgia

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This was the Civil War, Confederate Powder works,  gun powder factory in Augusta, Georgia.  It was built in 1861/62, after the war it was dismantled. The obelisk, chimney, was left standing as a monument to the Confederacy. The city of Augusta gave custody of the chimney to the Confederate Survivors Association.

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In 1880 Sibley Cotton Mill was built on the same site as the powder works using most of the bricks from the powder works. It was one of the most successful cotton mills which operated up till closing in 2006

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