10 Most European Cities In America 

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Boston, Massachusetts - Boston is a city that fosters a deep loyalty among those who grew up there and transplanted themselves.

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Washington DC. - Designed by French engineer/architect Pierre Charles L'Enfant, Washington, D.C., is a mighty city without skyscrapers or overly modern infrastructure.

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Leavenworth, Washington - Leavenworth flourished in the 1960s when it was redesigned as a Bavarian community.

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Solvang, California - From adorable boutique shops and charming windmills to quaint little hotels, the Danish influence is strong in Solvang, CA.

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St. Augustine, Florida - Colorful buildings, an old Spanish fort, and elaborate fountains reflect St. Augustine's long history.

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Frankenmuth, Michigan - Founded in 1845 as a Bavarian mission colony for Lutherans, this town is steeped in tradition.

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New Glarus, Wisconsin - Established in 1845 as a Swiss colony and later incorporated as a charming little village.

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Charleston, South Carolina - Charleston is one of the most European American cities for weddings, bridal showers, and those looking for the romance of European culture.

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Thomas Jefferson Memorial - Easily one of America's most European cities, New Orleans is known for its sweet Southern charm along with its rich French-Spanish heritage.

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