When an elevated section of Atlanta's Interstate 85 crashed to the ground in a fire this spring, motorists already navigating one of the nation's most congested cities braced for what the city's mayor called a transportation crisis.
Savannah, Georgia, is one of the oldest cities in the United States, founded in 1733 by British Gen. James Oglethorpe. Over the nearly three centuries since, this city on a hill has endured two major wars, the horrors of slavery, reconstruction, and later segregation to emerge as one of America's most charming and storied destinations.
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