Walk through downtown Staunton and it soon hits you that there is something different about this small Shenandoah Valley town.
Not only is the skyline devoid of the visual jumble of cell phone towers and overhead power lines, but nearly every lovingly-preserved building looks like it was built well over 100 years ago. Turns out, they were.
Staunton (pronounced STAN-ten) has the unique distinction among Virginia cities of being one of the few towns in the valley to have escaped the Civil War without a scratch.
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