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  • Beaufort (South Carolina): Straight from the screen in The Big Chill and The Prince of Tides, Beaufort is like a sleepy dream of long ago. Established in 1710, it grew fat from Sea Island cotton. Wealthy owners built lavish antebellum houses that still stand today, luring visitors with their faded charm.
  • Georgetown (South Carolina): A town with surprisingly well-preserved pre-Revolutionary War houses and churches, Georgetown invites you to enter a time capsule. In this small enclave of some 11,000 people, more than 50 historic homes still stand, dating back as far as 1737.
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