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Lancaster's Central Market is one of the country's oldest market places.

Lancaster City: Beyond PA Dutch Country

For many, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, brings to mind farms on a gently rolling landscape, Amish driving along in horse and buggies, and small villages with entertaining names like Bird-in-Hand and Intercourse. Think Harrison Ford in Witness. The Amish communities have made Pennsylvania Dutch Country and Lancaster County nearly synonymous. But in the heart of the county […]

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Friedensengel or Angel of Peace in Munich, Germany.

Monumental Munich: Friedensengel & Maximilianeum

Some of Munich‘s most impressive charms can be enjoyed free of charge. Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt, Englischer Garten, Karlsplatz, Odeonsplatz — some of the most pleasant and notable spots in the city are available for everyone to enjoy. Mere blocks from that downtown area sit two impressive structures overlooking the Isar River: the Friedensengel (Angel of Peace)

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Relive colonial Philadelphia with a visit to the Liberty Bell.

Colonial Philadelphia: From Liberty Bell to Independence Hall

From the Liberty Bell to the Declaration of Independence, Colonial Philadelphia has an important part in the history of the United States. In addition to Pennsylvania being one of the original thirteen colonies, Colonial Philadelphia served as the location of the First and Second Continental Congresses as well as, temporarily, acting as the capital of

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