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Columbia, Pennsylvania

Officially a borough in Lancaster County incorporated in 1814, Columbia, Pennsylvania was founded in 1726 by Quakers.  Having a
population hovering around 10,000, Columbia is located near the Susquehanna River.  Columbia is a charming, small river town
with plenty of attractions and scenic sights of rolling countryside to take in.  

Below is a video of the National Clock and Watch Museum located in Columbia: