The state of South Carolina's capital city, Columbia, is traditionally a Southern place with a hint and a modern twist. When World War II ended, Columbia was then rebuilt and has been developed as a diversified company that lies in the industry, government, and agriculture. It's most important crops are tobacco, cotton, and peaches that can also be found in the surrounding area. However, the city's chief manufactures include textiles, electrical equipment, and synthetic fibers. The city's residents are notably similar to many of the other residents within the Bible Belt, wherein they tend to be religiously devout and politically conservative. Columbia has a thriving LGBT community and has been participating in the gay parade and festivals that are held every year for the past 20 years.
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