5 Small Midwest Towns You'll Love
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Settled in 1817 by German religious separatists who believed hard work led to salvation, Zoar (population: 193) has evolved into a tranquil Middle America town with busy residents and a strong historical character.
Visitors to Zoar (75 miles south of Cleveland) can spend the day browsing 100-year-old photographs and artifacts in the Town Hall, strolling among quality antiques shops and historical homes (left) or taking a guided tour of the village. When nightfall comes, classic-style B&Bs promise simple, comfortable places to slumber.
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