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May 23, 2021

[Answer] In which U.S. town might you need a passport to visit your neighbors across the street?

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...1. Toledo, Ohio 2. Derby Line, Vermont 3. Buffalo, New York 4. Erie, Pennsylvania




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Derby Line, Vermont - For all intents and purposes, Derby Line, Vermont, and Stanstead, Quebec, are one united town. The only wrinkle? The two are technically located in different countries. This is probably the most unique section of the U.S.-Canada border — in one area, a row of potted plants delineates the two towns (and countries), and in another, the library and theater building also straddle the border. (Theatergoers can actually cross international lines just by walking across the room.) The appropriately named Canusa Street (pronounced Can-OO-sa) also makes up part of the border. Derby Line and Stanstead share many of the same basic services like water and sewer systems and even sports leagues. However, there is still an official border crossing between the two towns, which has become stricter in recent years (particularly with the COVID-19 pandemic) and requires residents to pass through customs on both sides.:


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