Laid out in 1851, and named for George Michael Troup, congressman, senator and Governor of Georgia from 1823-1827. Only Troup and Washington squares were named for men still alive at the time they were laid out. This square features a charming bronze 1870s era Victorian armillary mounted on six bronze turtles. For those unfamiliar with the term, an armillary is an astronomical model used to display relationships between celestial circles.
June 29th, 2018
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