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A unique mix of rich history, pioneering achievements, and diverse culture – that's what makes Durham the kind of place that is always engaging. The national accolades it's earned as a place to live, work, and play only prove what anyone who's been here has already experienced – and experience is the key. Whether you're watching or playing, Durham is where you'll find the best of sports. It is the City of Champions, after all.Come to Durham and find something new: arthistoryfoodevents, you name it. Experience Durham, Fresh Daily. " Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau, www.durham-nc.com 

Durham’s central location in North Carolina is 20 minutes from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.  Our world famous talent base is powered by three Tier 1 universities (Duke, UNC Chapel Hill, and NC State) along with talented individuals moving here from cities across the globe.  Our economic environment has allowed companies from small tech startups to global leaders in life sciences grow here in Durham.- Durham Chamber of Commerce, www.durhamchamber.org


Durham Statistics:

Durham is the county seat of Durham County and a portion of the community extends into Wake County. The 2010 U.S. Census recorded just under 230,000 residents. 
The Weather Channel registers Durham’s average temperature in January as 48ºF / 27ºF and in July as 87ºF / 68ºF.

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