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Charleston is the state capital of South Carolina, the county seat of Charleston County. Additionally, it serves as the principal city in the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city was established as Charles Town and was named after King Charles II. Charleston is known as The Holy City because of its tolerance for religious freedom, which was not the standard at the time.
People now flock to Charleston for various reasons, including its bustling restaurants and bars, diverse art and style sectors, undeniable curb appeal, closeness to the sea, rich history, and southern charm. They all add together to make it one of the most popular cities among travelers. A stroll around the Historic District, with its veranda-fronted houses and thin church towers, demonstrates why the heroine of Gone with the Wind chose to reside in Charleston. Riding around the Historic District transports you back to the glory days of Charleston. In addition to historic houses, plantations, and museums, Charleston has many other renowned tourist attractions.