We knew there was a statue of John Wesley in one of the many Savannah squares and we wanted to find it. As it turned out, we did not have to look very long since Reynolds Square is where our 10:30 tour began. Every square has its own "personality" and Reynolds square is no exception. The beautiful trees, the nearby Pink House and the historical markers telling John Wesley's story makes this square unique.
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