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About Spartanburg, South Carolina

Spartanburg City can be found at the foot of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. With its convenient location, tourists are given the privilege to enjoy the both tranquil sea and vibrant mountains. It is considered as the largest city in the United States of South California. The cool and temperate weather makes this magnificent city a relaxing place to stay. It is also known for its outdoors activities, colorful festivals, music and hospitable people. The Cottonwood Trail along the Lawson’s fork on the nature preserve of Edwin M. Griffin. This trail is used for picnics, hiking, biking, mountain climbing, jogging, camping and kite flying during the summer. This area is blanketed in wonderful colors during the autumn, giving a romantic ambience to the scene. In spring, beautiful blossoms of wildflowers are covers the place giving it a fresh and new look. Known for its natural beauty the Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve gives everyone a breath of fresh air in the middle of the noisy city. Its beautiful flower garden serves as a home for birds and other wildlife animals found in the area. After appreciating nature, try out the night life in Morgan square. This is the center for commerce and night time activities. Night clubs and retail business works well in these areas. You can review the history of this wonderful city in the Hub city Rail road museum and Queen Anne, neo classical homes. This is where some of the historical items are displayed for public viewing.

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