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'''Raleigh''' is the capital city of [[North Carolina]]. Raleigh, together with Durham and Chapel Hill make up the cities of the Triangle, so named after the Research Triangle Park.  It is the second largest city in North Carolina after [[Charlotte]].
 
'''Raleigh''' is the capital city of [[North Carolina]]. Raleigh, together with Durham and Chapel Hill make up the cities of the Triangle, so named after the Research Triangle Park.  It is the second largest city in North Carolina after [[Charlotte]].
  
==Professional Sports in Raleigh==
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==Professional sports in Raleigh==
 
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The [[NHL]]'s [[Carolina Hurricanes]] moved to Raleigh from [[Hartford]], [[Connecticut]] in 1997.  They play at the RBC Center, formerly the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena.  In 2006, the Hurriances won the [[Stanley Cup]] over the [[Edmonton Oilers]].
 
The [[NHL]]'s [[Carolina Hurricanes]] moved to Raleigh from [[Hartford]], [[Connecticut]] in 1997.  They play at the RBC Center, formerly the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena.  In 2006, the Hurriances won the [[Stanley Cup]] over the [[Edmonton Oilers]].
  
 
[[Category:North Carolina Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:North Carolina Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:US State Capitals]]
 
[[Category:US State Capitals]]

Revision as of 22:13, 26 February 2013

For the English explorer see Walter Raleigh

Raleigh is the capital city of North Carolina. Raleigh, together with Durham and Chapel Hill make up the cities of the Triangle, so named after the Research Triangle Park. It is the second largest city in North Carolina after Charlotte.

Professional sports in Raleigh

The NHL's Carolina Hurricanes moved to Raleigh from Hartford, Connecticut in 1997. They play at the RBC Center, formerly the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena. In 2006, the Hurriances won the Stanley Cup over the Edmonton Oilers.