Prettiest Towns in America

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For a long time, America has been well-known for as the nation of staggering natural and cultural diversity. Located in the middle of North American continent, the country features a variety of landscapes ranging from tropical beaches, rolling prairie lands to dense wilderness areas. It is the unique geography and cultural diversity that make up top ten prettiest towns in US.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 1: Edenton, North Carolina

Edenton, which is located off Albermarle Sound, earns it title of “The South's Prettiest Small Town” thanks to unique charming beauty and historic art and architecture. As one of the oldest towns in North Carolina, Edenton deserves one spot in the list of the National Register of Historic Places.


Edenton, North Carolina

Edenton, North Carolina

 

US’s Prettiest Town 2: Sonoma, California


Sonoma stands out for its 19th-century architecture, tasting bars and famous wineries.

Sonoma stands out for its 19th-century architecture, tasting bars and famous wineries.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 3: Stillwater, Minnesota


Stillwater is remembered for its number of art galleries, charming old inns, fairy St. Croix River valley (America's protected Wild and Scenic Rivers)

Stillwater is remembered for its number of art galleries, charming old inns, fairy St. Croix River valley (America's protected Wild and Scenic Rivers)

 

US’s Prettiest Town 4: Greenport, Long Island, New York

 

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Greenport in New York located above the Peconic Bay offers tourists greatest summer time. The cottages with seafood shacks, small inns and pebbly beaches always cater to travelers.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 5: Ferndale, California


Ferndale, which is located just a few miles from Lost Cost, is an amazing mixture of modern California and Victorian-era heritage.

Ferndale, which is located just a few miles from Lost Cost, is an amazing mixture of modern California and Victorian-era heritage.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 6: Cooperstown, New York


Cooperstown is the home to National Baseball Hall of Fame, agricultural Farmer’s Museum and Belgian-style brews.

Cooperstown is the home to National Baseball Hall of Fame, agricultural Farmer’s Museum and Belgian-style brews.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 7: Hermann, Missouri


Just half an hour driving from St. Louis, Hermann is a must – see American destination founded by German immigrants in 1837. Brats, beers and Teutonic-themed festivals are what you probably look for.

Just half an hour driving from St. Louis, Hermann is a must-see American destination founded by German immigrants in 1837. Brats, beers and Teutonic-themed festivals are what you probably look for.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 8: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania


The attractive and unique town of Gettyburg is genuinely famous for Civil War museum and Doubleday Inn.

The attractive and unique town of Gettyburg is genuinely famous for Civil War museum and Doubleday Inn.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 9: Charlevoix, Michigan


Charlevoix, which is situated on the isthmus of Lake Michigan and Round Lake, is the most picturesque town in the world.

Charlevoix, which is situated on the isthmus of Lake Michigan and Round Lake, is the most picturesque town in the world.

 

US’s Prettiest Town 10: Montpelier, Vermont


The state capital of Montpelier has endless choices of shopping, entertaining theaters and streets built just only for leisurely strolling.

The state capital of Montpelier has endless choices of shopping, entertaining theaters and streets built just only for leisurely strolling.

 

 

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This article was published on 2011/05/20