Join us as we head to ''The Hostess City of the South, Savannah Georgia'' on this episode of Travel Thru History. We're going to a beautiful charming coastal city in the Southeast brimming with an interesting past and an exciting artistic culture. First, we meet self-named Savannah Dan in one of Savannahs' twenty-two historic squares. He tells us why this city has been said to have the best layout in the US, and possibly the world! Next, we'll step back in time and visit Old Fort Jackson. This place served as the first line of defense from coastal attacks to the city during both the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars. At over 200 years old it is the oldest brick fortification in Georgia. Finally, we steam on ahead to the Railroad Museum and see how the other half once lived and make our last stop at the Tybee Island Lighthouse for a look at how these amazing structures actually work.