10 of the Oldest Cities in the United States

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Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston was founded in 1670, named after King Charles II. It is one of the oldest cities in South Carolina. Back then, in 1886 after a terrible earthquake, Charleston suffered serious destruction. After this sad event, the city was rebuilt, and today it is considered a jewel due to the old and vintage architectural style of the buildings. 

People choose to visit this beautiful city because it offers a lot of buzzing restaurants, vibrant art, and style, and boasts an impressive history. If you decide to go there, you can visit the Nathaniel Russell House, the Charleston Museum, Kiawah Island Golf Resort, Angel Oak Tree, the Sullivan’s Island Beach and much more.

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  1. Ruthanne Jenkins says

    Couldn’t see the list

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