I've got some history for you folks! Rainbow Row is iconic to Charleston. The pastel colored rowhouses on East Bay Street are frequently photographed and are a popular destination spot. I myself recently walked by them and felt the need to take some pictures of these gorgeous historic homes. One in particular that caught my eye was 105 East Bay Street, also known as the Dutarque-Guida House. As it turns out, this home was built during the Revolutionary War. The property was purchased by Lewis Dutarque in 1778, who built the house shortly thereafter. An Italian immigrant named Giovanni Domenico Guida then purchased it and built an iron Victorian storefront setting it apart. It's the only home on Rainbow Row to retain the storefront. To the left is 103, also known as the Joseph Dulles House, built around 1787. To the right is 107, purchased by John Blake in 1791 and built in 1792. I feel so lucky to get to see homes that are over 225 years old, nearly as old as our country itself.