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'Deep roots': The Carolina Inn celebrates 100 years of history in Chapel Hill


Built in 1924, The Carolina Inn appears, to many, timeless — a snapshot of Southern tradition, a permanent sun illuminating its blossoming gardens and green landscape, its columns and grand porticos seemingly ancient and immortal. For any student walking from off campus, trekking to class, there stands the imposing and long-lasting legacy of UNC. (Daily Tar Heel)

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'Deep roots': The Carolina Inn celebrates 100 years of history in Chapel Hill


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