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Feb 4, 2021

[Answer] In which U.S. state can you visit this Danish-inspired village?

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...1. Pennsylvania 2. Oregon 3. Minnesota 4. California




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California - California or Copenhagen? The town of Solvang, only a 2.5-hour drive from L.A., is the best of both worlds. The town looks like a place Hans Christian Andersen would call home, featuring traditional windmills, gingerbread house-like dwellings with thatched roofs, and rolling vineyards. The name Solvang, which translates to “sunny field” in Danish, was founded in 1911. It was initially a home for newly arrived Danish immigrants, who later modeled the architecture in the town after structures back home. Wandering the charming town's Main Street will take you past clog shoe shops, bakeries, and wineries.:


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