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Fargo, North Dakota

Known for more than the Red River flooding and its namesake movie, Fargo has a growing entertainment district filled with shops, boutiques and restaurants that compliments its historic destinations. Things to do in Fargo include Plains Art Museum, River Keepers, Bonanzaville USA, Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County and Fargo Theatre.

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