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Victorian Warren, PENNSYLVANIA: "gem of the Allegheny"
Photos above: Double Rainbow Farm, Crescent Park, County Courthouse,
Downtown at The Point, Downtown Bicycling, Public Parking Garage, City
Skyline, Allegheny River Canoe Racing. Photos below: Kinzua Lake at
Morrison Bridge and at Jakes Rocks.
Photos Copyright by Sofia Lareau, Seth Gaines, and Chris Lareau
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|Located far from urban sprawl in northwestern Pennsylvania, this city founded in 1795
maintains its original Victorian flavor. It is the home of Kinzua Lake and the Allegheny
National Forest which have unlimited outdoor recreational activities. Rich in minerals
and timber, it is the headquarters for the Allegheny National Forest and has an oil
refinery more than a century old as well as the state's first wilderness lands. The area
has millions of visits every year for camping, boating, hunting, and fishing and
flat-water canoeing on the Allegheny River. Visit our Tourist Agency, Chamber of
Commerce, or read the local paper.
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