In as much as things always seem to progress and move forward, there are those among us who sometimes just wish things could simply stay the same – forever. There’s a small community, we can call it a village, in the middle of the state that comes as close to time standing still as we’ve ever seen. Take a look at Rembert, the unique village in South Carolina where time stand still.

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From their historic buildings, roomy rural setting and tendency to host a variety of visitors at their ever-popular restaurants, both Rembert and Boykin combined truly stand out as a village that hasn’t changed much. They’ve withstood the test of time. Rembert and Boykin are located approximately 10 minutes south of Camden and 30 minutes east of Columbia. Have you visited either place? Feel free to join the discussion.

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