York, in south central Pennsylvania, is my kind of city. Infused with history, industry, and art, it’s both the birthplace of animal crackers and home to the nation’s first investor-owned water utility. It was briefly the capital of the United States, in the late 18th century.

York’s historical downtown is extensive. I didn’t spend nearly enough time in it to discover all of its architectural treasures.

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