The beautiful city of Savannah is the home of Beddu Celu Art Gallery and is to be found in the Province of Georgia in the Deep South of the United States. The city was originally the colonial capital of Georgia and is now the largest city of Chatham County and an important Atlantic seaport. Millions of visitors come to Savannah each year to enjoy the city's renowned architecture and historical buildings.
The hospitality of the city's residents has earned Savannah the informal title of 'The Hostess City of the South' and it has been named by Forbe's Traveller as 'One of America's Prettiest Towns'. The city was also the host for the sailing competitions during the 1996 Summer Olympics held in Atlanta.
The City of Savannah has a rich and growing performing arts scene and offers cultural events throughout the year. The Savannah Music Festival, which is held in the springtime, is Georgia's largest musical arts festival and celebrates both the musical heritage of the South and international musicians.
There are numerous Italian establishments in Savannah, many of which are located in the downtown area of the city. Beddu Celu Art Gallery is situated on Wilmington Island , an affluent suburb of the city, also home to the Wilmington Plantation Condos - the tallest building in Savannah.