This is a list of incorporated municipalities (cities, towns, and village) in the United States state of North Carolina:


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Map of USA & North Carolina

Charlotte, Largest City in North Carolina

Raleigh, Capital of North Carolina

Greensboro

Winston-Salem

Durham

High Point

Wilmington

Asheville

Municipalities in North Carolina larger than 50,000 in population (according to the 2009 U.S. Census estimates):

  1. Charlotte- 729,941
  2. Raleigh - 436,791 - capital
  3. Greensboro - 269,666
  4. Winston-Salem - 229,828
  5. Durham - 229,174
  6. Fayetteville - 198,061
  7. Cary - 136,600
  8. High Point - 115,396
  9. Wilmington - 101,350
  10. Greenville - 81,747
  11. Asheville - 78,636
  12. Jacksonville - 74,525
  13. Gastonia - 72,934
  14. Concord - 67,251
  15. Rocky Mount - 59,576
  16. Chapel Hill - 53,546
  17. Burlington - 51,577

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