Columbia (South Carolina)
Columbia is the capital of South Carolina, created by the South Carolina General Assembly on March 22, 1786.
The heart of the city lies at the confluence of the Saluda and Broad rivers, where they meet to form the Congaree River.
Square Miles: 125.2 Square Miles
Population: 116,278 (2000 U.S. Census)
Counties: Richland County and Lexington County
Average Temperature: 65 degrees F
Airports: Columbia Metropolitan and Columbia Owens Downtown