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Description: The Pink House, built circa 1712, in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building in the French Quarter District. As was by then typical of the Architecture of Bermuda, the house was built of limestone from Bermuda (Charleston had been settled from Bermuda under William Sayle in the 1670s, and Bermudians retained close links with the city up to American independence).
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Author: Brian Stansberry
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