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South Carolina

South Carolina is characterized by its coastal beauty, historical significance, and cultural depth. Charleston, with its cobblestone streets, acts as a gateway to the state's historical narratives through its architecture and landmarks. The Upcountry region contrasts with its green landscapes, providing a different aspect of the state's natural beauty. The state's geography is marked by rivers and coastlines, appealing to those interested in outdoor activities and the natural environment.

The preservation of South Carolina's history is seen in its maintained plantations, homes, and military forts, reflecting a dedication to its heritage. The Gullah culture, specific to the region, enriches the state's cultural landscape, presenting opportunities for visitors to engage with unique traditions and stories. South Carolina's culinary scene, particularly its low-country cuisine, along with attractions like the cypress gardens and popular beaches such as Myrtle Beach, showcases the state's appeal to residents and visitors.


Economics & Tourism


Cost of Living Index

Annual Tourists
24 million

Homicide Rate
13.4 per 100,000

Median Income $54,868/yearly

Tourism Revenue
$ 29 billion (2022)

Top Activities
Historical Tours, Hiking, Rafting

Source: World Bank | CIA World Factbook | Statista | Trading Economics | UNODC | NUMBEO



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