Charleston, SC is full of beautiful locations, one being the Cistern at the College of Charleston – so historic, stunning with those grand oak trees. If you’re ever in the Charleston area, the College of Charleston is a beautiful campus to walk through – bring your camera!
What is a Cistern? Here’s some info from the College of Charleston’s website:
The large, grassy oval adjacent Randolph Hall is called the Cistern. Constructed in 1857 to help control flooding due to heavy rain, as well as to provide water for fighting fires, the Cistern was later covered and planted with grass. Today, it is a favorite studying spot for students and the site of commencement in the spring.
Catch you back here tomorrow!