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downtown Greensboro, North Carolina

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Beautiful city! A great mix of old and new architecture. Is that new roundabout right downtown? (about 1/2 way through the montage)

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Beautiful city! A great mix of old and new architecture. Is that new roundabout right downtown? (about 1/2 way through the montage)

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The offices of Action Greensboro

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many of the buildings along South Elm St were built in the 1800s

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inside Natty Greene's microbrewery & restaurant. The building was built in 1895. Its th only 3-level restaurant in downtown Greensboro

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here is a photo that show the train/bus depot in the forground

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here is the entance to the older part of the depot which was built in 1927. This section currently serves as the Amtrak Station

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more photos of the depot (multi-modal center)

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exterior of bus terminal

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Amtrak lobby

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some of the remaining old cobblestone in the train yard

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South Elm Street architecture

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A small taste of downtown's night life

Here is the The N Club & Red Room

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here is Rum Runners located in the Kress Building

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Club Inferno (a disco night club also located in the Kress Building)

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McCouls's Public House (Irish Pub)

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First Horizon Park

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Left Field Tavern (next to First Horizon Park)

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Triad Stage

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Renaissance Jazz Cafe'

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Greene Street Club

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future home of The International Civil Rights Museum (former Woolworth Store where four NC A&T students started a sitins demonstration which spreaded nationwide. The "Greensboro Sitin" was a historic event because it started the civil rights movement of the 1960s. There is a Greensboro Sitin exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. The International Civil Rights Museum will also feature exhibits of historic events that happen around the country. There was an effort at one time to permantly bring the Rosa Parks bus to this museum.

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I love Natty Greenes. Its a popular place both day and night and is the only restaurant in downtown Greensboro with 3 floors. The third floor can be reserved for parties. the sencon floor has seating and a game room area. best of all. you're eating in an authentic 19th century building.

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