Exchange and Provost
The Exchange and Provost building, also known as the Old Exchange building, served as a center for trade and commerce in Charleston, South Carolina. In particular, the area in front of this building was the main location for slave trading in the area.
The building's exterior is an example of the Georgian-Palladian style with, it has brown brick, crown molding, and large windows as a symbol of the town's wealth. There are two main floors with a dungeon in its basement. It also has a large brick courtyard in the front of the building facing some sort of town square.