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Piedmont Region, North Carolina

Covering nearly one half of North Carolina in the central part of the state, the Piedmont is an area of gently rolling foothills with the occasional boulder or unexpected rock outcropping. The Piedmont region boasts of one of the most dynamic economies in the United States and is home to the state's largest cities and biggest financial institutions. Renowned research universities, textile and furniture factories, tobacco farms, shopping meccas, top golf courses and abundant historic sites are also part of the makeup of the Piedmont.

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Carolina Model Railroaders

Carolina Model Railroaders, Inc. (CMR) is Greensboro's oldest model railroad club. CMR has served the Triad with over 34

Greensboro, NC Railroad History

Historic Trivette Clinic Ghost Tours

This is the only hospital ever built in North Iredell. It was in operation from 1932 - 1938, and was a full service facility. Following the founder\'

Hamptonville, NC Ghost Tours

1812 Hitching Post

The 1812 Hitching Post was the birthplace of four-term N. C. Lieutenant Governor W. D. Turner in 1865 and was also owned by North Carolina Senator Columbus Vance Henkel in the early to mid-1900'

Turnersburg, NC Historic Homes

Badin Inn Golf Resort & Club

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Badin Inn Golf Resort & Club has been called "Mini-Pinehurst,"

Badin, NC Golf Courses


D. E. Turner Hardware

This quaint hardware store remains the same as it was when it opened in this location over 100 years ago. The owners have kept many examples of 19th and 20th century hardware to see. Built in 1899

Mooresville, NC Historic Buildings

Gold Hill Mines Historic Park

Gold Hill Mines Historic Park is a 70 acre park adjacent to the historic gold mining town of Gold Hill, NC. The park is home of the Barnhardt and Randolph Gold Mines, which became the richest mining territory east of the Mississippi during the early to mid-1800'

Gold Hill, NC Historic Sites

City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department

The City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department has 19 community centers, 8 swimming pools, 108 tennis courts (including 23 at Millbrook Exchange Park), 61 softball fields (including 9 at Walnut Creek Softball Complex), 4 lakes and approximately 40 miles of greenway trails. Call 890-3285

Raleigh, NC Businesses




Bub O'Malley's

Has full bar and offers 30 beers on tap, plus 100

Chapel Hill, NC Businesses

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