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WHAT THEY FOUND HIDDEN UNDERNEATH THIS SMALL TOWN WILL SHOCK YOU <=> While it’s easy to ignore in your daily life, the threat of ISIS is one that is growing and should be on the mind of every American. Look at what a group of Kurdish fighters found when they recently retook the town of Sinjar, in Iraq. They found something that shows just how far ISIS is willing to go to reach their goals of destruction. Two of the main tunnels begin inside two normal-looking homes in Sinjar

What They Found Hidden Underneath This Small Town Will Shock You To Your Core.

AMERICA'S FAVORITE TOWNS 2013 <> Harbor Springs, Michigan <> On a sheltered bay, Harbor Springs has all the trappings of a family-friendly beach resort town: old-time ice cream and candy shops; a historic lighthouse; sailing schools; and nearby nature preserves. That kind of all-American appeal earned it the No. 7 score for being patriotic. Locals embrace the Halloween spirit with parades and events and, come winter, strap on ski boots and snowshoes.

Harbor Springs, MI On a sheltered bay, Harbor Springs has all the trappings of a family-friendly beach resort town: old-time ice cream and c.

AMERICA'S FAVORITE TOWNS 2013 <> Beaufort, North Carolina <> Southern charm reigns in this coastal Inner Banks town. Its antebellum architecture and a pirate past helped earn it No. 3 spot for historical sites. Visitors can shop for just-picked pears, farm-fresh cheeses, and handmade crafts at highly rated farmers’ markets. Research centers for Duke University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Beaufort ranked No. 8 for intelligent people.

As you watch the sun dip below peaks from Allred’s restaurant, toast your craft beers to a vacation well spent in Telluride, CO, a historic ski town hip enough to host film and bluegras.

AMERICA'S FAVORITE TOWNS 2013 <> Lititz, Pennsylvania <> PART 2 <> Also the site of one of the nation’s longest-running Fourth of July celebrations, Lititz ranked highly among readers for its patriotism (No. 3) and town pride (No. 4).

America's Coolest Small Town Lititz, PA located right here in Lancaster County! Amazing restaurants, charming shops, and friendly faces!

AMERICA'S FAVORITE TOWNS 2013 <> St. Simons, Georgia, USA <> The ebb and flow of the Atlantic dictates life in this resort town on an 18-square-mile island off the Georgia coast. 1872 lighthouse with sweeping views.

Simons, Georgia, USA <> The ebb and flow of the Atlantic dictates life in this resort town on an island off the Georgia coast. 1872 lighthouse with sweeping views.

AMERICA'S FAVORITE TOWNS 2013 <>  Eureka Springs, Arkansas <> Not only does this northwest Arkansas town bubble over with mineral springs, but it also offers lakes and rivers popular for fishing, kayaking, and summer party cruises. Active types fit in well here, as do the artsy; Eureka Springs has a reputation for being quirky, with a hilly historic center full of galleries, live-music bars, Victorian gingerbread homes, and, according to T+L readers, cool motels (No. 2).

The entire town of Eureka Springs in the Ozarks is on the National Register of Historic Places—no surprise as the streets are imbued with a cheerful Victorian charm.

Centralia, Pennsylvania.  An underground coal fire from 1962 has rendered the town uninhabitable.

Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World

Population loss doesn't just affect small rural cities; larger towns have fallen off the map, too. Whether for economic causes or because of natural disasters, these creepy ghost towns give a look into what would happen if humans suddenly dissappeared.

If fruit-focused travel becomes a trend, this northern Michigan town will be well suited to take advantage: the Traverse City area produces more tart cherries than anywhere else in America, and celebrates the juicy red drupe each year with a weeklong festival in early July. It’s probably why T+L readers voted this town a great summer destination, though its respected vineyards, numerous beaches, and fast-growing microbrew industry couldn’t have hurt.

Traverse City, MI If fruit-focused travel becomes a trend, this northern Michigan town will be well suited to take advantage: the Tra.

GHOST TOWN Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World 10. Craco, Italy  Population loss doesn't just affect small rural cities; larger towns have fallen off the map, too. Whether for economic causes or because of natural disasters, these creepy ghost towns give a look into what would happen if humans suddenly disappeared. If you're looking for a post-Apocalyptic vacation destination, these places are your best bet.

Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World

GHOST TOWN Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World 1. Pripyat, Ukraine  Population loss doesn't just affect small rural cities; larger towns have fallen off the map, too. Whether for economic causes or because of natural disasters, these creepy ghost towns give a look into what would happen if humans suddenly disappeared. If you're looking for a post-Apocalyptic vacation destination, these places are your best bet.

Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World

GHOST TOWN Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World 2. Ordos, China  Population loss doesn't just affect small rural cities; larger towns have fallen off the map, too. Whether for economic causes or because of natural disasters, these creepy ghost towns give a look into what would happen if humans suddenly disappeared. If you're looking for a post-Apocalyptic vacation destination, these places are your best bet.

Largest Abandoned Cities Around the World

Population loss doesn't just affect small rural cities; larger towns have fallen off the map, too. Whether for economic causes or because of natural disasters, these creepy ghost towns give a look into what would happen if humans suddenly dissappeared.

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