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South Carolina, U.S.A.
Welcome to Charleston, South Carolina.
Charleston is located south of the South Carolina coastline on the Charleston Harbor. With around 130,000 residents, Charleston is the second-largest city in the state and the seat of Charleston County. The city was founded in 1670 and was named after King Charles II of England. Charleston is known as The Holy City thanks to its prominent churches that stick out on the low-rise cityscape. Charleston is known for its rich history, beautiful historic architecture and great restaurants, and perhaps more than anything, its friendly people. In fact, Charleston boasts the title of America's Most Friendly City; an accolade received by Travel and Leisure Magazine, and later also Condo Nast Traveler. Southern Living Magazine called Charleston the most polite and hospitable city in America, so its safe to say you will receive a warm welcome if you choose to visit this great town! The city is famous for its distinct culture, which is a mix of traditional Southern U.S., British, French and West African Elements. When in town, check out the neighborhood of the downtown peninsula, where you'll find a vivacious art, music, shopping and dining scene. And should you find yourself in Charleston during spring, you'll have the option to experience one of the world's foremost performing arts festivals; the Spoleto Festival USA. The event began its tradition in 1977, founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Gian Carlo Menotti who wanted to create an equal to the Festival del Due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy. Thespians have plenty of venues to choose from as well, including the historic Dock Streeth Theatre and performances by the long-standing Footlight Players. Another thing that Charleston is renowned for is its spectacular local seafood, with staple dishes like gumbo, she-crab soup, fried oysters and deviled crab-cakes. You'll notice that rice is served with most dishes, which reflects the rich culture of the Low Country. One thing is certain when you experience the multi-cultural, friendly and artsy city of Charleston, you'll know that it is a city like no other!
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