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    15 U.S. Cities That'll Make You Feel Like You've Left The Country (No Passport Required)

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    1. Leavenworth, Washington

    Busy street lined with European-style buildings and a snowy mountain in the background

    2. Moab, Utah

    Natural red rock arch perched above giant plateaus captured at sunset as a storm is rolling in

    3. Holland, Michigan

    Dutch-style windmill in a field of tulips

    4. Solvang, California

    Buildings with a Danish architectural feel lining a quiet street

    5. Chimayó, New Mexico

    Adobe gate leading to an old adobe and wooden church surrounded by trees

    6. Ouray, Colorado

    Overhead view of a small town nestled between mountains on a cloudy, fall day

    7. New Orleans, Louisiana

    Three-story building in New Orleans' French Quarter captured on a quiet evening

    8. Lindsborg, Kansas

    9. St. Augustine, Florida

    Sprawling red-and-white building with a beautiful fountain and palm trees in the foreground

    10. Decorah, Iowa

    11. Lewiston, Maine

    A town and riverside park captured from the other side of the river on a fall day

    12. Roswell, New Mexico

    An old, rusted sign in the middle of nowhere that says "UFO Crash Site"

    13. Framingham, Massachusetts

    14. Bahia Honda Key, Florida

    A beautiful view of Florida's turquoise blue ocean taken from a hillside above

    15. Fredericksburg, Texas

    A trail leading through a park  to an odd-shaped building with a wide steeple on top

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