Seaport of Savannah | 31° 59’N 80° 44’W

The best way to describe Savannah is through a factual story. In 1864 Union General Sherman T. Williams seized Savannah, the last major Confederate stronghold along Sherman’s infamous March to the Sea. It was the only city spared from being torched. Why? In Sherman’s words, “Savannah is too beautiful to destroy.”