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18″ x 14″

A string of old homes on East Bay Street in Charleston is called Rainbow Row because of the pastel color of the houses.  These houses were built in the early 1700’s, though most of them were destroyed in a fire in 1778, and then rebuilt.  Almost a hundred years later, following the civil war, this area of Charleston had deteriorated substantially.  In the early 1900’s the houses were restored, and today they are one of Charleston’s signature tourist attractions.

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