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Greene Square

Savannah, GA
912-238-1453
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Another Lovely Savannah Square

Greene Square was established in 1799 and named after Revolutionary War hero, Nathanael Greene. It... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
AAHolt
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United States
Near President's St.

We visited my nephew who lived in a house on President's St. from the 1700s, and this green was... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sightsee_Eat
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Worthington, Ohio
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City square named for the Revolutionary war hero General Nathanael Greene.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Greene Square was established in 1799 and named after Revolutionary War hero, Nathanael Greene. It is one of the Savannah Squares that does not feature a monument or fountain.

Thank AAHolt
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited my nephew who lived in a house on President's St. from the 1700s, and this green was very near it. It has also near it an orphanage from the 1700s on Houston, along with the 2nd African Baptist Church where General Sherman promised...More

Thank Sightsee_Eat
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Nothing really stood out to us with this park, but it was neat to have the shade and peacefulness. No major states or monument, just trees and grass.

1  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Very peaceful park of course. It was laid out in and it dedicated the American Revoluntary war hero General Nathaniel Greene. He buried in another savannah square. this square is located near Second African Bapiest Churh and is the spot where Sherman gave his speech...More

Thank Matt P
Reviewed 14 October 2016

The buildings that surround this small park are stunning in appearance. If you go, take your camera.

Thank Bob19512014
Reviewed 3 February 2016

Laid out in 1799, this square is dedicated to General Nathaniel Greene, an important member of General Washington's staff during the Revolutionary War. Greene was given an estate 14 miles upriver (Mulberry Grove) where he settled after the war. He is actually buried in Johnson...More

2  Thank jeffl499
Reviewed 21 September 2015

The namesake for this square can found honored throughout the South. General Greene was fascinating figure. This is a lovely place to rest in the shade and take in the historic surroundings.

2  Thank Jodad
Reviewed 6 July 2015

We needed a break and stopped to rest for a bit here. There is no spanish moss in the trees!!! Evidently Green hated spanish moss and they remove it just for his burial area. Anyway, it is a quiet, shaded, and mostly quiet area. It's...More

1  Thank FizzgigBites
Reviewed 31 December 2011

On the west side of Greene Square is the Second African Baptist Church, which is where Sherman made his famous "forty acres and a mule" promise to the newly freed slaves. On the south side of the square is a Blessingdale Thrift Store. It was...More

3  Thank Razorfish
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