ⓘ Casar, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Casar, North Carolina

Casar is located at 35°30′52″N 81°36′58″W 35.514486, -81.616007.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 1.8 square miles, 4.7 km 2, all of it land. According to locals, Casar was originally registered as a road race in 1890. In 1903 the name was changed to "Caesar", but Joe the Ministry of foreign Affairs with the United States postal service sent the application for registration, the name came back with errors and the city officially became kasara.

                                     
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