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Unassuming Square Named in Honor of Savannah Hero

We visited Green Square during our trip to Savannah. While the square is one of the less featured... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2018
Austin, Texas
Nicely Wooded Square

Opposite a corner of Greene Square is the historic Second African Baptist Church, which dates from... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2018
Richmond, Virginia
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City square named for the Revolutionary war hero General Nathanael Greene.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Green Square is a lovely oasis in Savannah, just far enough away from busy Broad Street. But heck, ALL the squares in Savannah are worth a visit.

Thank phil742
Reviewed 5 August 2018

We visited Green Square during our trip to Savannah. While the square is one of the less featured of the 22 squares in the Savannah City area, it is named for a very famous resident - General Nathaniel Greene fought in the Revolutionary War. He...More

1  Thank Moved2Texas
Reviewed 23 June 2018

We are moving down the list on popularity. I found it to be a bit more basic that the others. I think visiting all of the squares is interesting. I like some of the others more.

Thank tedact
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

One of the easternmost squares in the Savannah historic district, this square is named for General Nathaniel Greene. It is a nice peaceful square. Not nearly as active of some of the more centrally locates squares. There are no fountains or monuments in this square....More

Thank GoLeafs85
Reviewed 3 February 2018

Very quiet. We stayed in a tiny house and it was amazing. Great place to stay; within walking distance of so many things.

Thank MarleneS2668
Reviewed 1 February 2018

Opposite a corner of Greene Square is the historic Second African Baptist Church, which dates from 1802. This is a nicely wooded square, named for Nathanael Greene, a Revolutionary War General. The square dates from 1799.

Thank urbanguy
Reviewed 10 October 2017

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 22 September 2017

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 SteveR426
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

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