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Lititz, Pennsylvania

Home to Sturgis Pretzels, Lititz, Pennsylvania also has Wilbur's Chocolates and Candy Museum.  Founded in 1756 by members
of the Moravian Church, Litiz was named after a castle in Bohemia.  For a century, only Moravians were allowed to live in Lititz, but
today the population is roughly 9000.  Today, Lititz is known as for recognizing Independence Day year round since 1813.  Ltitiz is
in the heart of Amish country, and many of its 18th century buildings have been preserved and seen in the center of this quaint
Amish town.    Enjoy the video below of scenes from around Lancaster County Amish country: