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South Carolina tourism, the capital of Columbia City, the state belong to the coastal plain and the Appalachian Highlands in two natural areas.
The famous scenic spots here to say is in the period of the war of independence, because British was stuck, several points, has become a war historical sites.
The civil war left some historical sites. Now the preserved historic has become a major tourist. Among them, the most important historic point is Charleston city. There are many well preserved buildings.
Culture and education: famous universities in the University of South Carolina
(University of South Carolina and Clemson University Clemson University,
University of South Carolina has more than 200 years of history is one of
America's oldest university. Also in the state of South Carolina also has the
fourth workforce training programs, and in the past nine years has been ranked
in the top five; more than 80 colleges and universities, 16 technical education
center and technology intensive training center can provide first-class
education and training opportunities.
Numerous south across the State Art and
cultural and recreational activities,
Myrtle Beach golf course is regarded as
one of the world's golf destination. Some of the historical legacy of the civil
war became an important tourist attractions.
Agriculture: South Carolina has been from the original agricultural state
variable is now the industrial states, farmland is less than half of an area of
the state, while the cultivated land accounts for only less than half of the
farmland, agricultural income from crops, and the rest from animal products. The
main agricultural products are tobacco, soybeans and cotton; livestock poultry,
eggs, beef and dairy. The forest coverage rate of 62%, hardwood forest density
is an important raw material of furniture industry.
Plastics industry: the plastic industry in South Carolina, 4% of the annual rate
of development, industrial workers accounted for 13% of the state's industrial
workers, has become a chemical industry, automobile manufacturing, as well as
the pillar of the high-tech industry. 1 people in South Carolina industrial
workers have 8 people in the plastic industry service.
Chemical industry: the total population of South Carolina is only 1.4% of the
total population of the United States, the south of the industrial assets of
3.9% of the total industrial investment to beautify the investment, creating 4%
of the industry. The processing of nuclear materials in the Sistine Savart the
river nuclear plant (Savannah River nuclear solutions) is the state's largest
chemical enterprise, invested more than $35 billion. Also stationed in South
Carolina, DuPont (DuPont) and other large chemical companies, represented a
variety of industries such as paper, pharmaceutical, synthetic fibers, etc.. In
fact, south of the United States is the highest concentration of chemical
manufacturers in the southeast of the country, accounting for 5.2% of the
nation's total chemical companies.
Textile: South Carolina textile industry in the manufacturing sector accounted
for the absolute advantage, Spartanburg (Spartanburg), Greenville, Anderson
(Anderson) are cotton textile industrial city.
Religious belief, South Carolina population proportion: 86% Protestant
(Protestant), 6% (Roman Catholic) Rome Catholic, 2% other Christian believers
(Other Christian), 1% other religions (Other Religions), 3% non believers
(Non-Religious), South Carolina before three Protestants: Baptist (Baptist:47%),
Methodist, Presbyterian Church (Methodist:16%) (Presbyterian:30%).
(University of South Carolina): seven campuses in
Columbia (main campus), Spartanburg (Spartanburg), Aiken (Aiken), Salkehatchie (Salkehatchie),
Bo Fort (Beaufort), Lancaster (Lancaster), and Sumter (Sumter).
Clemson University (Clemson University)
(South Carolina Coastal University)
(College of Charleston)
(Medical University of South Carolina)
(Francis Marion University)
(South Carolina State University)
(Bob Jones University)
(Charleston Southern University)
(North Greenville College)
(Southern Wesleyan University)
(Wofford College)