One of Concord's most famous neighborhoods is the Historic District, which runs along North and South Union Street near Engelwood Avenue. This area was developed after 1870 and is comprised mostly of late 19th- and early 20th-century homes. It is one of the most prestigious and beautiful places in the city. The North Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It is predominantly residential and includes Greek revival and late Victorian-style architecture. Memorial Garden, a 3-acre park located in the 200-year-old cemetery of the First Presbyterian Church, is in the North Historic District and is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. This charming area contains several other historical landmarks as well.

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Concord, North Carolina lies about half an hour northwest of Charlotte and has a population of about 80,000 inhabitants. It is located in the lovely Piedmont area of North Carolina, which is known for its rolling hills and old-growth forest. The climate is temperate, with an average summer temperature of 79 degrees and an average winter temperature of 43 degrees. It is known for its many historical buildings, its diverse population, and for being home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, a major NASCAR site. Winner of the All-America City Award in 2004, Concord boasts a cost of living below the national median, a growing economy, and many fine neighborhoods.

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