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“The Tar-heel State”
For short, North Carolina, or NC, is situated in a humid subtropical climate zone and is a southeastern state on the Atlantic seacoast. The average summer highs are around 85 degrees Fahrenheit, while the winter lows can dip into the teens or even single digits. Snow can occur in the mountains, but it is not a regular occurrence. Tornadoes are rare, but they have been known to happen a few times each year.
It is located next to South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. It is known for its seacoast, and the sizeable six-mile bridge between NC and SC called the “Myrtle Beach Skyway.” Many tourists go to Myrtle Beach each year for vacation.
North Carolina is known as the “Tar Heel State” because of the large production of tar, pitch, and turpentine from pine trees in the early days. Charlotte is its largest city and was once the site of the Continental Congress; North Carolina was also the 12th state to ratify the US Constitution.
NC is divided into 100 counties governed by municipalities, the largest of which is Charlotte (population 600K). NC also has a total of 100 cities, and many people live in small towns.
NC’s major exports are textiles, wood pulp, chemicals, and tobacco. Its major industries include banking, biomedical technology, and research.
The state bird is a cardinal; the state flower a dogwood. NC has one official state song, “The Old North State,” which also serves as the anthem for the US state of North Carolina.
The state motto is “Esse quam videri” (to be rather than to seem).
The capital and largest city of NC is Raleigh.
The Charlotte area is the largest in population, followed by the Piedmont Triad region, including Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point. In total, there are about 10 million people in NC today.
NC is also home to many universities, including:
North Carolina State in Raleigh,
Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem,
Duke University in Durham, NC
UNC-Chapel Hill, in Chapel Hill, NC
North Carolina is known for its history and universities (Duke, North Carolina – Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University), beaches, and southern culture. Many tourists visit NC each year to enjoy outdoor activities like hiking the Appalachian Mountains, Beaches along the Outer Banks, or going on a shopping spree in Charlotte.
The state is primarily known as the largest exporter of textiles, wood pulp, chemicals, and tobacco, among other things. Its major industries consist of banking, biotech research, and various other science-related fields.
North Carolina also has an extensive food industry and is known for hog farming, soybean production, and wineries throughout the state.
NC has 100 counties and 100 cities, each having its elected mayor and governing bodies.
North Carolina is divided into six regions.
Coastal Plains, Inner Piedmont, Outer Piedmont, Sandhills & Southeastern Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, and Research Triangle.
North Carolina has a lot to offer. Visitors can go hiking, surfing, take river trips, ride horses and do so much more while enjoying the beauty of North Carolina’s nature at its finest. You could be comfy in your rented cabin, or you could “rough it” with no everyday conveniences while camping in a tent. You could also catch some local sports action at the ballpark.
North Carolina’s cities are fun to explore, too. From historic buildings and museums to unique festivals and restaurants, North Carolina has so much to offer visitors. You could go shopping in the largest mall in the southeast US or just window shop along Fayetteville Street.
You could ride horses in the open fields of the state’s western horse country, or you could ride a bike through any one of North Carolina’s trails.
There are so many great things about North Carolina to see and do, whether it’s visiting a historic mansion in a significant city or going on a river trip in a national scenic waterway.
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