Savannah is the largest city and the country seat of Chatham County. Today it is an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport. Being Georgia's fourth largest city, it is the third largest metropolitan area.
Savannah is a beautiful city that fully captures the classic architectures of America. Its seaport is constantly filled with eager tourists ready to experience the beauty of one of the greatest cities in Georgia. With many tourist attractions, there is not one place in this city that should be missed, for they everyone running about the city covering the famous places, such as the Historic Savannah Theatre, and the Forsyth Park. Besides these places there are dozens more to see, but no other place than the one and only Savannah Georgia.
The City of Savannah is one of the largest employers in its region. It offers a large selection of career opportunities in fields such as water, police, sanitation, traffic , information technology, park and tree, housing , fire, and finance. Having over 2,500, Savannah is a great place for the unemployed. Residents may submit their resume and find out a good category for employment.
Visitors attract to its architecture historic buildings, not to mention it is one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the United States.
In 1996, the summer Olympics was held in Georgia. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is the oldest Roman Catholic church in Georgia. This is only one of the many fantastic buildings to be visited in Savannah.
The Historic Savannah Theatre, voted number one for attractions in Savannah, is the only Broadway-style professional live show in Savannah that runs all year long, featuring a five piece live band and a cast of singers, dancers, and actors that sing popular music in shows like "Beat Goes On" (60's, 70's, and 80's music). "Return to the Fifties" (Popular tunes from the 1950's), "Southern Nights" (a musical variety of pop and southern rock), "Broadway on Bull Street"(well-known Broadway songs), "Country Star Revue" (past and present country music), and "A Christmas Tradition" (holiday standards, comedy, and Santa).
The Forsyth Park, originally named Forsyth Place, offers the perfect place for a Savannah stroll, jog, or photography. Absolutely perfect for tourists. Let children enjoy their visit to Savannah by going to Oatland Island Wildlife Center located 15 minutes southeast of downtown Savannah, this is an environmental education center where you can learn about local wildlife and native plants.