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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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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

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


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

Randolph County - The Heart of North Carolina

Escape to the Heart of North Carolina in beautiful Randolph County, including Archdale, Asheboro, Franklinville, Liberty, Ramseur, Randleman, Seagrove, Staley &

Asheboro, NC Businesses



Bryan Park - Champions Course

A Rees Jones signature design rated 4 stars by Golf Digest "Places to Play". Seven holes border scenic Lake Townsend making it a photographer's dream. Runner-up best new public course in the country by Golf Digest (1990). In 1992

Greensboro, NC Golf Courses

The Hugh Torance House and Store in Huntersville

Visit this marvelous house and mercantile establishment from the 1770's located on Gilead Road in North Mecklenburg. March through October 2 PM-5

Huntersville, NC Historic Homes



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