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A few years after Eliel Saarinen designed the new First Christian Church (in 1942), son Eero designed a modern glass bank building. Soon, architects and artists were flocking to Columbus (population...
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Three Midwest lakes in Minnesota, Indiana and Missouri offer all the allure of more popular destinations without the traffic.
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Nashville (population: 803), the county seat, is a great destination for cool boutiques, artsy finds and the artists’ inspiration: rolling hills and natural beauty.
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If a summer storm washes out your plans, head to one of the region’s indoor water parks for an easy escape. Here are 5 of our favorites.
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Football fans flood South Bend (population: 101,000) to cheer the University of Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish and join the Friday night campus pep rallies.
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This 15 miles of Lake Michigan coastline, just one hour southeast of Chicago, feature towering sand dunes. Nearby Chesterton offers dining and lodging, but the attraction is the shore for swimming,...
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The St. Joseph River serves as a sparkling backdrop for a weekend in South Bend, Indiana, home to the University of Notre Dame.
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Enjoy the Midwest's growing wine scene with a scenic drive or overnight stay in one of the region's thriving wine areas.
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From Minnesota to Ohio, towns along the Midwest's Great Lakes capture the summer vacation spirit. Here are some of our favorite Great Lakes getaways, with tips on exploring each one.
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Slow down and enjoy small towns such as Zoar, Ohio; Stockholm, Wisconsin; Lanesboro, Minnesota; Nappanee, Indiana; and Louisiana, Missouri.

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