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Historic Schaefferstown is a wonderful historic organization dedicated to preserving the Pennsylvania and Swiss cultures that flourished in Schaefferstown ...
Hidden…. deep within the forest of northwestern Pennsylvania…an engineering masterpiece ...
During the day, the smell of popcorn and cotton candy, combined with the excited laughter of children big and small fill the air.  In the evening, the colorful bulbs ...
One eager step inside the towering stone walls, will leave you questioning why you were excited to be there in the first place. Not that the visit to the structure isn’t worth the visit, but if you have a sensitivity to energies and lingering spirits, be forewarned.
Farming the rich soil along the Ohio River in western Pennsylvania right next to humming cotton mills... Not your typical settlement on the American frontier. The village of Economy, founded in 1825 by German Lutheran separatist George Rapp, was...
Located in Berks County, not far from Reading, Pennsylvania, sits a once abandoned farmhouse that is known by many locals as the Glass Family Pig Farm. [...]
A quarry doesn’t sound like a must-see tourist attraction but, smack dab in central Pennsylvania, the Thousand Steps hiking trail is just that and, carved into its sandstone deposits, is the history of small-town America’s labor force. Early last fall,...

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