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One of more than 400 houses of worship in what has been called “the Holy City,” St. Philip’s Church is a National Historic Landmark with three Tuscan porticoes in its distinctive 1850 steeple.
With a parrot for a partner, a swashbuckling tour guide explains the role pirates played in Charleston’s colorful past.
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