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Culture and education: famous universities in the University of South Carolina (University of South Carolina and Clemson University Clemson University,
the University of South Carolina has more than 200 years of history is one of America's oldest university. Also in the state of South Carolina also has the fourth workforce training programs, and in the past nine years has been ranked in the top five; more than 80 colleges and universities, 16 technical education center and technology intensive training center can provide first-class education and training opportunities.
Numerous south across the State Art and cultural and recreational activities,
Myrtle Beach golf course is regarded as one of the world's golf destination. Some of the historical legacy of the civil war became an important tourist attractions.
Agriculture: South Carolina has been from the original agricultural state variable is now the industrial states, farmland is less than half of an area of the state, while the cultivated land accounts for only less than half of the farmland, agricultural income from crops, and the rest from animal products. The main agricultural products are tobacco, soybeans and cotton; livestock poultry, eggs, beef and dairy. The forest coverage rate of 62%, hardwood forest density is an important raw material of furniture industry.
Logistics: South Carolina is located in the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States, is connected the southern and northern parts of the United States an important commercial traffic hub, but also from America's first and the world trade area is one of the, many enterprises is the effective use of the south strategic natural geographical location and the spirit of living land, sea and air transport network, to find a shortcut to access important transport terminals, businesses, and the consumer market, to ensure the real-time production logistics distribution.


Plastics industry: the plastic industry in South Carolina, 4% of the annual rate of development, industrial workers accounted for 13% of the state's industrial workers, has become a chemical industry, automobile manufacturing, as well as the pillar of the high-tech industry. 1 people in South Carolina industrial workers have 8 people in the plastic industry service.
Chemical industry: the total population of South Carolina is only 1.4% of the total population of the United States, the south of the industrial assets of 3.9% of the total industrial investment to beautify the investment, creating 4% of the industry. The processing of nuclear materials in the Sistine Savart the river nuclear plant (Savannah River nuclear solutions) is the state's largest chemical enterprise, invested more than $35 billion. Also stationed in South Carolina, DuPont (DuPont) and other large chemical companies, represented a variety of industries such as paper, pharmaceutical, synthetic fibers, etc.. In fact, south of the United States is the highest concentration of chemical manufacturers in the southeast of the country, accounting for 5.2% of the nation's total chemical companies.
Textile: South Carolina textile industry in the manufacturing sector accounted for the absolute advantage, Spartanburg (Spartanburg), Greenville, Anderson (Anderson) are cotton textile industrial city.

Religion
Religious belief, South Carolina population proportion: 86% Protestant (Protestant), 6% (Roman Catholic) Rome Catholic, 2% other Christian believers (Other Christian), 1% other religions (Other Religions), 3% non believers (Non-Religious), South Carolina before three Protestants: Baptist (Baptist:47%), Methodist, Presbyterian Church (Methodist:16%) (Presbyterian:30%).
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Public University
(University of South Carolina): seven campuses in Columbia (main campus), Spartanburg (Spartanburg), Aiken (Aiken), Salkehatchie (Salkehatchie), Bo Fort (Beaufort), Lancaster (Lancaster), and Sumter (Sumter).
(the Citadel)
Clemson University (Clemson University)
(South Carolina Coastal University)
(College of Charleston)
(Medical University of South Carolina)
(Francis Marion University)
(Lander University)
(South Carolina State University)
(Winthrop University)
Private University
(Allen University)
(Anderson College)
(Benedict College)
(Bob Jones University)
(Charleston Southern University)
(Coker College)
(Columbia College)
(Converse College)
(Furman University)
(Morris College)
(Newberry College)
(North Greenville College)
(Southern Wesleyan University)
(Voorhees College)
(Wofford College) [2]

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hour) close to the Pella junction.
With your own car, the ruins are an easy day trip from Irbid, Jerash or Amman.
Exploring the scenic back roads to Ajloun (25km) takes a bit of a nose for navigation but is worthwhile for the insights into rural life among the olive groves that it affords.
Salt 05 / POP 70,000 / ELEV 814M Progressing along the Jordan Valley in either direction, it is worth taking a 30- minute detour into the hills to visit the characterful old town of Salt.
Part of the fun of the visit is climbing to a viewpoint and marker, 10 minutes from the valley floor, which indicates sea level (Click here for an account of the route).
If you were just about anywhere else on the planet, you¡¯d be surfacing for air at this point.
The town itself is set in a steep-sided, narrow valley.
During Ottoman rule, Salt was the region¡¯s administrative centre, but was passed over as the new capital of Trans-Jordan in favour of Amman.
Consequently, Salt never experienced the intense wave of modernisation that swept across the capital, and as a result has retained much of its historic charm.
Today, much of Salt¡¯s downtown is a living museum of Ottoman-period architecture.
Salt is visited by few foreign tourists, and remains one of the undiscovered highlights of the Jordan Valley area.
A multimillion-dollar aid package awarded to the city in 2004 by Japan has been used to preserve many of the city¡¯s old buildings and to create facilities for tourists.
While infrastructure is still largely lacking, it¡¯s heartening to see that the residents of Salt have embraced their city¡¯s architectural heritage in a country where concrete urbanisation is the norm.
History While you¡¯d be forgiven for thinking that the town was named after the table condiment, Salt was either named after the Greek word saltus meaning ¡®forests¡¯ (although these are long gone), or from sultana for the grapes that were once abundant in the region.
Construction began on Salt¡¯s characteristic limestone buildings in the late 19th century thanks to the arrival of merchants from Nablus.
Over several decades, Salt began to thrive as trade networks sprang up between the city and neighbouring Palestine.
Following the establishment of Trans-Jordan, the new emir chose Amman as his capital due to its proximity to the railway.
Almost overnight, Salt went into decline.
War with Israel separated Salt from the port of Haifa in 1948, and later from its trading partner of Nablus in 1967, ending Salt¡¯s significance as anything more than a rural town above the Jordan Valley.
Salt Sights 1 Beit Abu Jaber A2 Beit Mismar (see 9) 2 Beit Muasher B2 3 English Hospital A1 4 Muhammed al-Bashir's House B1 5Orthodox Church A2 6 Ottoman Mosque B2 7 Salt Archaeological Museum B2 Eating 8 Al-Salam Restaurant B2 Information 9Tourist Office B2 Sights & Activities There are some fine examples of Ottoman architecture (see the boxed text, Click here) in town dating from the late 19th and early-20th century.
Few of these gracious limestone buildings are open to the public, but some of the elegant facades are worth viewing.
Stairways lead up to fine views from atop Jebel al- Qala¡¯a.
Salt Archaeological Museum MUSEUM Offline map Google map ( 3555651; admission JD1; 8am-6pm May-Oct, to 4pm Nov-Apr) This delightful little museum is located in a well-restored Ottoman-era building and covers the local history of the Jordan Valley area with excellent information boards in English.
The downstairs rooms focus on glass and pottery (some dating back 5000 years), spanning the Roman, Byzantine and Islamic eras, mostly from around Salt but also from Deir Alla and Tell Nimrin (from where Joshua is thought to have led the Israelites across the River Jordan into the Promised Land).
Upstairs are some examples of local traditional dress, displays on traditional farming activities and mosaic fragments from churches around Salt.
Salt Handicraft Training Centre CRAFT WORKSHOP ( 3550279; Nageb al-Daboor district; 8am-3pm Sun-Thu) Visitors can watch weaving, pottery, mosaics and other handicrafts being made at this women¡¯s cooperative, 3km out of town.
The centre specialises in both training and production and has a showroom for displaying the finished products.
A taxi here costs JD1 to JD2 from the centre; ask for the Balkhar Islamic School (Bejanib Maddaris al-Balkhar al-Islamiy).
The turn-off is at a set of traffic lights by a bridge, 2km from Salt along the road to Amman.
Wadi ash-Shu¡¯aib HIKING If you have a car it¡¯s worth exploring Wadi ash-Shu¡¯aib, a refreshing valley named after the prophet Jethro (¡®Shu¡¯aib¡¯ in Arabic).
There are some hiking opportunities here and interesting caves.
It¡¯s 2.
5km southeast of Salt.
DISCOVERING SALT ON FOOT Salt is one town that really rewards a bit of on-foot exploration as much of the old quarter can only be accessed by stairways and the best of the souq area is clustered into pedestrian-only alleyways.
The following 3km route, which takes about 90 minutes to complete, leads you on a circular tour of Salt¡¯s backstreets, taking in its bazaars and old Ottoman architecture.
From Salt bus station walk up Dayr St, past the impressive doorway of Beit Mismar Offline map Google map and the lovely balcony columns of Beit Muasher Offline map Google map, both grand old Ottoman residences.
Continue along Dayr St as it passes the curved walls of Salt¡¯s Orthodox church to the recently restored Beit Abu Jaber Offline map Google map, which houses a small local-history museum.
Head across the plaza and take the stairs up to the right of the mosque, curving round to the entry of the former English Hospital Offline map Google map (look for the letters ¡®EH¡¯ on the green gate).
From here you can wind your way uphill for fine views over the town and descend along a neighbouring staircase.
Alternatively, return to the plaza and head down Hammam St, Salt¡¯s most atmospheric backstreet, past the ornate Ottoman mosque Offline map Google map to the junction with Maydan St.
Across the street is the colonnaded entry of Muhammed al-Bashir¡¯s House (built between 1890 and 1910), now a traditional coffeehouse (with a tree in front).
Next door is Beit al-Sulibi (built between 1920 and 1930).
Break for lunch at the Al-Salam Restaurant and end your tour at the archaeological museum.
Eating There is nowhere to stay in Salt but there are several unpretentious places to eat.
The northern end of Maydan St is lined with traditional cafes, full of men drinking tea and smoking nargileh.
Basic restaurants along the same street and by the bus station serve kebabs, though the best place in town for Arabic food is the Al-Salam Restaurant Offline map Google map ( 3552115; Maydan St; meals JD3-5; 7am-10.
30pm Sat-Thu), which serves up rotisserie chicken and good shish kebab meals.
Information The friendly tourist office ( 3555652; Dayr St; 8am-3pm Sun-Thu) is upstairs in the impressive old residence of Beit Mismar, but catching it open as per the advertised hours is something of an art.
Getting There & Away The bus station is on the main road south of the town centre.
There are minibuses to Salt (800 fils, 45 minutes) from Amman¡¯s North Bus Station, via the University of Jordan, and occasional service taxis from Raghadan.
From Salt, minibuses head fairly regularly
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