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Air Bellows Gap, Blue Ridge Parkway


This overlook provides a long range view of an area of mixed agriculture, with numerous Christmas tree farms dotting the landscape.

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July 30, 2015


Bechtler Mint


After NC’s gold rush in the early 1800s, jeweler Christopher Bechtler opened a private mint. By 1837, he’d minted $2.4 million in coins from local gold, including the first $1 gold coin in the U.S.

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September 1, 2015


Bethel Rural Community


The Bethel Community is surrounded by natural beauty, with Black Balsam Knob, Cold Mountain, and Mount Pisgah providing striking contrast to farmlands and valleys below.

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September 3, 2015


Biltmore Estate


Elegant architecture, manicured gardens, a winery, restaurants, hotels, shops, and special events make a visit to “America’s Largest Home” a memorable experience.

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August 19, 2015


Bostic Lincoln Center


The Center’s exhibits tell an alternate history of the birth of President Abraham Lincoln—that he was born on Puzzle Creek, near Bostic, North Carolina, not in Kentucky.

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September 1, 2015


Chapel of the Prodigal Ben Long Fresco


“Return of the Prodigal Son” rises 17 feet at the front of the Chapel of the Prodigal at Montreat College, just north of the Town of Black Mountain. Part of the Benjamin F. Long IV Fresco Trail.

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August 19, 2015


Cheoah


About 500 Cherokee lived in the Cheoah Valley before the United States Army forcibly deported Cherokees to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears in 1838.

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September 3, 2015


Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park


Enjoy 75-mile views from atop this ancient monolith that soars 1,200 ft above the valley floor. Park includes elevator access, hiking trails, waterfall, and children’s trail.

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City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium Ben Long Fresco


Sacred Dance and the Muses adorns the ceiling of this city-owned theater, a center for arts and music. Part of the Benjamin F. Long IV Fresco Trail.

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August 19, 2015


Clay County Heritage


The Hiawassee River Valley was once home to hundreds of Cherokee, a history that comes to life at the Cherokee County Historical & Art Museum and five other interpretive sites.

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September 3, 2015


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