The 12 Quirkiest Small Towns in the U.s 

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Marfa, Texas - Marfa: famous for the mysterious Marfa Lights and the Chinati Foundation showcasing modern art.

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Bardstown, Kentucky - The town is known for its bourbon distilleries including Maker's Mark and Jim Beam.

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Juneau, Alaska - This city is the capital of Alaska and is located in the Alaska Panhandle. Juno is known for its stunning scenery including the Mendenhall Glacier

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Bath, Maine - His city is known for its historic architecture including the Maine State House and Custom House.

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St. Augustine, Florida - The city is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the United States. St. Augustine is famous for its historicity.

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Stowe, Vermont - This town is known for its skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities.

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Solvang, California - This city is known for its Danish-style architecture and windmills. Solvang is also home to several wineries and Danish restaurants.

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Leavenworth, Washington - This city is known for its Bavarian-style architecture and Christmas festivals. Leavenworth is also home to several breweries and wineries.

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Savannah, Georgia - The city is known for its historic architecture, including Forsyth Park and the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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Asheville, North Carolina - This city is known for its Blue Ridge Mountains, its breweries, and its music scene.

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Portland, Oregon - This city is known for its coffee, its microbreweries and its quirks. Portland is also home to several parks and gardens, including

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Places for Bungee Jumping in Florida

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