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Pasaquan, Buena Vista

#1110 of 2,021 in Things to do in Georgia
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Pasaquan is a 7-acre (28,000 m2) compound near Buena Vista, Georgia. It was created by an eccentric folk artist named Eddie Owens Martin (1908–1986), who called himself St. EOM. An internationally renowned art site, it consists of six major structures including a redesigned 1885 farmhouse, painted concrete sculptures, and 4 acres (16,000 m2) of painted masonry concrete walls. In September 2008, Pasaquan was accepted for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Pasaquan was restored by the Kohler Foundation and Columbus State University between 2014 and 2016.
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  • Fascinating spot. Read about it before visit; unless you're able to get a tour, won't understand what it's all about. Landscaped in the hills of Georgia, near Buena Vista.  more »
  • This place was so different from what I expected. They had the housekeeper there and he gave me more information about the artist and the area. It was a fun place to take photos, very colorful, a lot....  more »
  • Awesome place, middle of nowhere. This place needs more attention by artist. The guys story is very weird but interesting.
  • An out of body, otherworldly, and immersive art experience. You can feel St. EOM's presence as you enter and tour his creations. A true outsider and visionary.

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