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Article posted: 12/1/2012 6:00 AM

Free things to see and do in Amish country

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Quilts are displayed as part of the "Favorite Reproduction Quilts by Jo Morton" at the Quilt Museum at the Old Country Store in Intercourse, Pa.

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A man loads bales of hay near Nickel Mines, Pa.

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The harvest season is nearing its glorious end, and the culture, architecture and history of Pennsylvania's Amish country can be seen for free in Lancaster County, where many Amish settled starting in the early 1700s. The region is well aware of its draw, having established large, modern outlet malls as well as shops selling Amish goods, not to mention an amusement park -- Dutch Wonderland -- that draws children and their parents from all around.
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    • Quilts are displayed as part of the “Favorite Reproduction Quilts by Jo Morton” at the Quilt Museum at the Old Country Store in Intercourse, Pa.
    • A man loads bales of hay near Nickel Mines, Pa.
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