So many beautiful squares to walk through, or sit and reflect with the trees and flowers. This particular square has an obelisk dedicated to Gen. Casmire Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who fought and died in the Siege of Savanah in 1779.
About Monterey Square
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Another one of Savannah's lovely squares. Sit on a bench do a bit of people watching and relax. In the centre of the square is a tall monument in honour a General Pulaski.
The fun thing about this square is that monument in the center memorializes a famous person but it's not someone named Monterey! This monument was built for Compte Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who came to Savannah but sacrificed his life in the Siege of...More
This square is much more than a neighborhood park. It has plenty of benches in the shade. But it also has a large statue in the middle and is surrounded by interesting building architecture. When we were here the square easily accommodated numerous tables and...More
Just like a few other square, Monterey Square provides visitors with history and space to enjoy. The Square by itself is just like another square but the historic places and the proximity from the largest park in Savannah makes the Square unique in itself. The...More
Located in the heart of downtown Savannah, Monterey Square is easily my favorite of all of the squares. Just beautiful. Elegant.
Monterrey Square is another beautiful Historic Savannah Square with the added bonus of the Mercer House, which is mentioned often in "The Book."
Monterey Square instantly become my favorite in Savannah. It is beautiful and home to an impressive monument, but what I really loved about the area is that most of the original tithe lots are intact, meaning that the size, shape, and scale of the square...More
Take advantage of the shade and benches at this square just north of Forsyth Park. A monument in the center to the hero Polaski, and Southern Oaks around the side marks a brief respite from the Georgia sun on your walk through Savannah