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At the end of the road stands Midway Plantation, built in 1848 as the seat of the extended Hinton family, whose many thousands of acres once stretched westward from Smithfield to outside Raleigh. Midway Plantation now graces a site a few miles from the original location on Highway 64 after a dramatic move in 2005 that is the subject of a major new documentary film by Godfrey Cheshire.
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The legacy of Spain is a big part of North Carolina such as with immigration. But also, the Nasher Museum of Art has jumped right in the deep end of the pool with its current exhibition: El Greco to Valezquez: Art During the Reign of Philip II.
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Patients from across North Carolina and the US will be able to receive the latest advances in heart and vascular disease treatment with the opening of the East Carolina Heart Institute at East Carolina University.
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At the Fletcher-Skinner-Nixon House near the Hertford, North Carolina, Nancy Rascoe and her husband Peter hold \"manners camp\" where children are taught etiquette that instills them with kindness and caring.
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