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    Boone
    NC
    Boone has the highest elevation (3,300 feet) of any town of its size (over 10,000 population) east of the Mississippi River.
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    Pinehurst
    NC
    Founded by James Walker Tufts and designed with assistance from Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of New York's famed Central Park, the village of Pinehurst was laid out like a New England-style village.
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    Jonesville
    NC
    The Yadkin River separates Jonesville from Elkin. When a covered bridge was built across the river in 1872, it was hailed as the longest suspension bridge in the world.
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    Ocean Isle Beach
    NC
    Because Ocean Isle Beach stretches for seven miles in an unusual east-west direction, sunrises and sunsets are amazingly dramatic.
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    Fairmont
    NC
    Fairmont was known as the “biggest little tobacco market in the world” during the 1950s.
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    Rural Hall
    NC
    Named for "The Hall," the home of Benjamin L. Bitting, who used his home as a post office during the Civil War.
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    Denton
    NC
    A sportsman’s paradise, southern Davidson County and Denton are the home to unparalleled fishing and hunting, with its close proximity to High Rock Lake.
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    Morehead City
    NC
    The town of Morehead City was established as a commercial development by the Shepard's Point Land Company, and was named for John Motley Morehead, two-time governor of North Carolina.
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    Nags Head
    NC
    Nags Head is home to the tallest natural sand dune on the East Coast. Jockey’s Ridge, a series of five dunes, is a natural wonder that’s continually changing in shape and height with the highest hill varying from 90 to 110 feet tall.
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    Tabor City
    NC
    Home of Pulitzer Prize winner, W. Horace Carter, founder of the Tabor City Tribune in the 1940s.

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