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As of 2015, the most in-demand jobs in Asheville, North Carolina, are in the health care, education, tourism and self-employment industries, according to AshevilleNow.com. Some of the largest employers in the metropolita... More »

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Iwanna provides classifieds for goods, services, real estate and jobs, as well as community announcements. Goods sold on Iwanna include appliances, vehicles, furniture and clothing. Because ads are submitted by users, th... More »

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Nicknamed the "Land of the Sky," the city of Asheville, NN.C., has an average elevation of 2,134 feet above sea level. Just 20 miles northwest of Asheville is Mt. Mitchell, the highest point east of the Mississippi River... More »

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Asheville, North Carolina is home to Montreat College, Western Carolina University and the University of North Carolina Asheville. There is also a campus of Washington University located in Asheville, North Carolina. More »

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Some well-reviewed cabins in Asheville, North Carolina, include the range of one- to three-bedroom cabin rentals available from Cabins of Willow Winds, Asheville Swiss Chalets and Asheville Cottages. All three rental com... More »

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Areas along the Blue Ridge Parkway are among the best to see fall foliage near Asheville, North Carolina. Higher-elevation areas, such as Mount Mitchell and Grandfather Mountain, are more colorful during the earlier part... More »

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As of 2015, the Asheville, North Carolina online IWANNA classified ads list products such as vehicles, firearms, pets, real estate, antiques, building materials, clothes, electronics and other assorted merchandise. Produ... More »

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