Largest cities in North Carolina with a population of more than 100,000.
Rendered image of North Carolina's State Capitol in Raleigh. The state is part of the Bible Belt, this can be seen by the fact that there is a church on each corner of Capitol Square.
(469,000), Greensboro (295,000), Durham (274,000), Winston-Salem (246,000), Fayetteville (209,000), Cary (168,000), Wilmington (122,000), High Point (112,000)
Figures from 2018
Other cities and towns in North Carolina:
Albemarle, Asheboro, Asheville, Atlantic, Boone, Burlington, Chapel Hill, Clinton, Concord, Dunn, Edenton, Elizabeth City, Forest City, Franklin, Gastonia, Goldsboro, Greenville, Henderson, Hendersonville, Hickory, Jacksonville, Kannapolis, Kinston, Laurinburg, Lenoir, Lexington, Lumberton, Manteo, Monroe, Morehead City, Mount Airy, Murphy, Nags Head, New Bern, Oxford, Reidsville, Roanoke Rapids, Rockingham, Rocky Mount, Roxboro, Salisbury, Sanford, Shelby, Smithfield, Southern Pines, Statesville, Tarboro, Washington, Waynesville, Whiteville, Williamston, and Wilson.
Downtown Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. The Charlotte metropolitan area, also known as Metrolina, is an urban area in North and South Carolina.
Image: Harshil Shah