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In praise of Greenville, S.C.

An aerial view of Greenville's downtown.

Country Living magazine cites The New York Times article about the best 52 places to visit in 2017, and the humble town of Greenville (a.k.a. “the new Charleston”) makes the list. Thrillist Travel also beams about Greenville’s charm and says, “The city is home to more corporate headquarters than anywhere else in the region, and the abundance of jobs in fields like health care, auto engineering, and education have brought in a diverse population.”

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