Largest Cities in North Carolina
North Carolina is a state in the United States with 9, 7 million inhabitants. The state has large agricultural production and is the largest producer of tobacco in the United States.
North Carolina, abbreviated NC or NC, is a state in the United States. It is 136,412 km² and has about 9.7 million inhabitants. The capital is Raleigh, while the largest city is Charlotte. Half of the state is coastal plain, the rest is mostly an area at the foot of the Appalachians.
The state has large agricultural production and is the largest producer of tobacco in the United States. Other important crops are corn, cotton, soybeans and peanuts. There is a large cotton, tobacco and wood industry. The area south of Virginia was in 1629 named Carolina after King Charles of England. In 1663 it was divided into North and South Carolina. North Carolina was a state in 1789 and was one of the leading southern states during the American Civil War. The state hosts Tar Tar State and Old North State.
Biggest Cities of North Carolina by Population