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Three things define this gulf coast city: its Greek past; its status as the "sponge capital of the world;" and its 51 miles of beautiful coastline.

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Some of the best beer, cheese, and farms in the Midwest can be found in New Glarus, a 19th-century Swiss community that still takes pride in its chalet-style appearance and old-world charm.

New Glarus

Danish immigrants finally moved to California's beautiful Santa Ynez Valley after becoming weary of the harsh winters in the Midwest.


The town of Holland continues to honor its Dutch ancestry because it was founded by Calvinist separatists who immigrated to Michigan from the Netherlands in the middle of the 19th century.


The Cascade Mountains that encircle the town served as inspiration for the 1960s renovation of Leavenworth, which was designed to mimic a German village.


St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States and is comparable to any city in Spain for a beach holiday. It was founded on Florida's Atlantic coast by Spanish conquerors in 1565.

St. Augustine

The British started their colonization of North America from this region of the continent before gradually moving south and west, it makes sense that sections of Boston will resemble Europe.


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