Charleston County Courthouse

Charleston County Courthouse, built in 1792, is a Neoclassical building designed by architect James Hoban. Hoban later designed the U.S. White House. The courthouse was built on the ruins of the South Carolina Colonial Statehouse that burned in 1788

Charleston County Courthouse, built in 1792, is a Neoclassical building designed by architect James Hoban. Hoban later designed the U.S. White House. The courthouse was built on the ruins of the South Carolina Colonial State House that burned in 1788.

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