MYSTERY PHOTO, 4/4: Flags – Charleston City Paper

These three flags fly somewhere in Charleston County every day, but where are they? We will send some City paper sstir at the 12th person which correctly identifies the mystery of this week. To enter (one entry per person), email your guess, name and hometown to: [email protected]

Photo by Andy Brack | Credit: Ruta Smith / City of Charleston Paper

LAST WEEK’S MYSTERY , “Blue Shutters,” baffled many, but those who recognized them knew the window coverings were on a house at 40 Tradd Street. Hanahan’s Justin Kaldenback told us that the brick masonry house, built around 1718, is one of 71 pre-Revolutionary houses in Charleston. “Sunny rooms open onto a brick-walled courtyard,” he writes. “Upstairs, the bedrooms overlook the Charleston Gardens, rooftops and church steeple.”

Every Monday the city ​​paper features a mystery photo taken somewhere in the Lowcountry. We encourage you to guess — and Make sure you share your name and city in which you live. We will uncover the mystery the following week and, from time to time, offer a prize.

PREMIUM: If you would like to submit a mystery photo taken by you for us to share, send it to our mystery email address. Be sure to put “Submission” in the subject line.

MYSTERIES OF THE PAST: As the time for guessing on these mysteries is over, you might like to see mysterious old photos that intrigue readers. Enjoy!


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