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Charlotte Map, North Carolina

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Charlotte Travel Guide

The fact that the declaration proclaiming independence from Britain was signed in Charlotte more than a year before it was signed in Philadelphia is another proof of the patriotism of the locals that sustain that that Thomas Jefferson took their declaration as a model for the one he wrote. There’s even a monument called The Captain James Jack, raised in the memory of the man who took the document to Philadelphia. read more
 

Charlotte Sightseeing

Charlotte, NC, United StatesThe Levine Museum of the New South is another museum that is worth visiting, giving a great introduction for the history and influences of the South over the last centuries.  It boasts an excellent exhibit with hands-on experiences and walk-through.  This is a wonderful museum for both new Southerners and old Southerners.  It costs 6 dollars for adults, 5 dollars for minors and seniors, free for kids under 6 years... read more
 

Charlotte Nightlife

 There is also the Bar Charlotte, which is the craziest party for dancing in the city.  At this bar, they don't hold anything back, and it is an all out spot to be each night from Thursday to Saturday.  On Thursdays, they have College Night, where there are special prices on some of their drinks and ladies are admitted free until midnight.  They also give away 300 dollars to whoever wins the Hottest Bikini Bull... read more

Charlotte History

During the Revolutionary War, Charlotte was the encampment site for both the British and American armies.  The town earned the nickname of Hornet's Nest during some skirmishes between Charlotteans and British troops, of which came from Lord General Charles Cornwallis.  This legacy continues to endure today in some of the city's landmarks, including the former Charlotte Hornets, which are the city's former NBA team. ... read more

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