Jekyll Island Entrance Towers, 1958

These two iconic entrance towers, gracing the entrance to the Jekyll Island causeway, have become landmarks in their own right.

The Spanish Mission architecture was a nod to the myth that many of the tabby ruins on the coast were of that era, and while there were Spanish missions on the Georgia coast prior to English settlement, none of those ruins have survived.

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