“Here’s a fun fact to bust out at your next cocktail party: Where is the longest contiguous National Historic Landmark in the United States? If you guessed Madison, Indiana, you’re really good with context clues. This town along the Ohio River is essentially one giant historic district, packed with Federal, Greek Revival and Second Empire architecture. It’s a popular stop with river boat cruises, as the easy downtown makes perusing the wineries, bars and restaurants easy during a short port call.”
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