South Carolina, United States

South Carolina, United States

Country USA
Capital city Colombia
Area 82,933 km²
Population 5,190,705 people (2021)
62.6 people/km²
Governor Nikki Haley
Official site www.sc.gov
South Carolina

South Carolina (English: South Carolina, [saʊθ kærəˈlaɪnə]) is a state in the United States, whose zip code is SC, and the capital is Columbia. South Carolina has a population of 5,024,369 (2017). South Carolina has a total area of ​​82,933 km², of which 77,978 km² is land and 4,955 km² (6%) is water.

Cities

The ten largest cities by population (as of 2015):

  • Colombia
  • Charleston
  • North Charleston
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Rock Hill
  • Greenville
  • Somerville
  • Sumter
  • Goose Creek
  • Hilton Head Island

Other cities:

  • Anderson
  • Aiken
  • Greenwood
  • Conway
  • Florence
  • Myrtle Beach
  • Orangeburg
  • Barnwell

Towns

  • Andrews
  • Gaffney – known for Peachoid.

Counties

South Carolina consists of 46 counties:

  1. Abbeville
  2. Allendale
  3. Anderson
  4. Bamberg
  5. Barnwell
  6. Beaufort
  7. Berkeley
  8. Greenville
  9. Greenwood
  10. Darlington
  11. Jasper
  12. Georgetown
  13. Dylan
  14. Dorset
  15. Edgefield
  16. Aiken
  17. York
  18. Calhoun
  19. Clarendon
  20. Colton
  21. Kershaw
  22. Lancaster
  23. Lexington
  24. Lee
  25. Lawrence
  26. McCormick
  27. Marlborough
  28. Marion
  29. Newbury
  30. Oconi
  31. Orangeburg
  32. Ori
  33. Pickens
  34. Richland
  35. Saluda
  36. Spartanburg
  37. Sumter
  38. Williamsburg
  39. Fairfield
  40. Florence
  41. Hampton
  42. Charleston
  43. Cherokee
  44. Chester
  45. Chesterfield
  46. Union

Columbia (South Carolina)

Country USA
State South Carolina
Area 346.5 km²
Highness height 89 m
Population 129,272 people (2010)
373 people/km²
Founding March 22, 1787
Telephone code 803
Official site www.columbiasc.net
Colombia

Columbia (in English: Columbia) is the capital and largest city of the state of South Carolina, USA. Columbia is the county seat of Richland County, but part of the city is also located in Lexington County. Colombia has a population of 117,508 (2005 est.) and a total area of ​​346.50 km² (133.80 mi²).

Like other places with a similar name (such as the Federal District of Columbia), the city’s name comes from a poetic name for the United States based on the name of Christopher Columbus.

Twin Cities

  • Kaiserslautern (Germany)
  • Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
  • Plovdiv (Bulgaria)
  • Chelyabinsk (Russia)

South Carolina, United States

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