|Population||5,190,705 people (2021)
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.
The ten largest cities by population (as of 2015):
- North Charleston
- Mount Pleasant
- Rock Hill
- Goose Creek
- Hilton Head Island
- Myrtle Beach
- Gaffney – known for Peachoid.
According to Countryaah, South Carolina consists of 46 counties:
Columbia (South Carolina)
|Highness height||89 m|
|Population||129,272 people (2010)
|Founding||March 22, 1787|
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.
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