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Beaufort, crown jewel of South Carolina’s Low Country, has plenty to offer

  • COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA The Beaufort Inn is one of the city’s most picturesque small inns.

    COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA

    The Beaufort Inn is one of the city’s most picturesque small inns.

  • COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA Beaufort’s downtown, with its antebellum homes, has been named a National Historic District.

    COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA

    Beaufort’s downtown, with its antebellum homes, has been named a National Historic District.

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                                The Old Sheldon Church — now in ruins — was the first attempt in America to replicate a Greek temple.

    COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA

    The Old Sheldon Church — now in ruins — was the first attempt in America to replicate a Greek temple.

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                                This mangrove swamp is one of two ecosystems found in Hunting Island State Park, with the other being a coastal inlet.

    COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA

    This mangrove swamp is one of two ecosystems found in Hunting Island State Park, with the other being a coastal inlet.

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                                The lighthouse at Hunting Island State Park is the only lighthouse in the state accessible to the public.

    COURTESY DISCOVER SOUTH CAROLINA

    The lighthouse at Hunting Island State Park is the only lighthouse in the state accessible to the public.

There are reasons galore for visiting Beaufort and the Low Country — the beaches, the marshes, the food, the Revolutionary War and Civil War history, the literary heritage and the Southern hospitality. You’ll probably want to do it all. Read more

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