The third largest city of the US state of North Carolina, Greensboro boasts of being the largest in Guilford County as well as in the surrounding Piedmont Triad metropolitan area. The population of the city is over 277 thousand. The city is the proud host of the financial and international business hub the Jefferson Standard Building, which for a long time before it was superseded by the 1927 Nissen Building- Winston-Salem, triumphed as the tallest structure between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia. From the viewpoint atop this building, or standing at a strategically elevated point on it, you may easily establish a close link between the name of the city and the city itself: the town is highly populated by large numbers of distinctly green trees making the name Greensboro a significant fit. The city is located amongst the modestly rolling hills of Piedmont North Carolina and is halfway between Blue Ridge of the state of North Carolina and Great Smoky mountains and the Atlantic beaches both to the west and east of the city respectively. Transport here is no big problem as the city sits right at the nexus of numerous main throughways, with various interstates as well as the planned I-73 passing across the city’s borders.
Greensboro is located in the state of North Carolina and has a population of 273425 .
Greensboro is located at 36.073 latitude und -79.792 longitude.