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About Our North Carolina Region.
From the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement, many of the country’s most significant historical moments have taken place on Carolina soil. The rich history and time-honored traditions of the region blend seamlessly with the town-and-country culture of today. Lifestyle choices abound, from coastal and city living to mountain, lake and heartland dwelling. North Carolina’s two largest metropolitan areas are among the top-ten fastest growing in the country: its capital, Raleigh, and its largest city, Charlotte. The climate of its coastal area is largely influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, and much of the state falls into a humid subtropical climate zone.
The western, more mountainous part of the state falls into the subtropical highland climate. Most of South Carolina enjoys a subtropical climate as well, with snowfall a rare occurrence. Its coastal regions, world-famous islands and lake communities attract millions of visitors each year. In addition, the mountain and midland areas of South Carolina offer breathtaking scenery, art and culture year-round. Colombia, its biggest city, is home to the state’s flagship university, The University of South Carolina