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The Geography of South Carolina The Blue Ridge is named for the Blue Ridge Mountains that are in it It is the smallest region covering less than 2 percent of the state It has many mountains consisting of metamorphic rock over 350 million years old The next region is the Piedmont The region of Piedmont stretches from the Blue Ridge to the fall line Piedmont means foot of the mountains It covers about one-third of the state It is the second largest region and is about one hundred miles wide Over a million people live in the Piedmont region It is home to the cities of Greenville Spartanburg and Rock Hill South Carolinas automobile plants and many textile factories are in the region The next region is the Sandhills The Sandhills are in the middle of the state The region stretches from the Fall Line to the Coastal Plain Sandhills was a coastline thousands of years ago The sandhills is also sometimes called the Red hills It is also referred to as the Midlands It includes parts of Aiken Chesterfield Kershaw Richland and Sumter Counties Columbia the capitol of the state is in this region The next region is the Coastal Plain It is the largest region covering over 20000 square miles and goes from the Sandhills to the Coastal Zone IT is divided into the outer and Inner Coastal Plains The only difference is the inner has more hills Cities in the coastal Plain include Sumter Florence and Orangeburg The most interesting features of the Coastal Plain are the oval depressions called bays which may or may not have water One of the most famous bays is the bay Swamp in Sumter County The final region is the Coastal Zone It stretches from the Atlantic Ocean inland for about 10 miles It has great beaches such as Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle The barrier islands which are just off the coast protect
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