Most Americans have never been to Iowa. However, as the people who live there know, Iowa is an awesome state. But is it all roses? Definitely not. Just like any other state, Iowa has its trouble spots.
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Best Places To Live In Iowa
When the good people of Iowa aren't rooting for their Huskies or gnawing on a fresh ear of sweet corn at the West Point Sweet Corn festival, they can be found maintaining some of the best places to live in the country. While the whole place is downright lovely, some spots in the Hawkeye State deserve special attention for standing out as truly extraordinary. This is why HomeSnacks created a list of the top ten best places to live in Iowa for Iowa has quite the mix of great places to call home.
Best Places To Live In Iowa 2019
Composed of seven colonies, Amana Colonies is a charming area on the prairie of east-central Iowa. Settled by a group of German Pietists in the midth century, the colonies they created were peaceful places to live their communal life. Today, the Amana Colonies is a treasured National Historic Landmark, complete with lovely brick, stone, and clapboard houses, lush gardens, and street lanterns. Guests can stroll along the quaint streets, or visit one of many heritage sites, including the Amana Heritage Museum and the Communal Kitchen and Copper Shop. A host of things to eat, handcrafted furniture and art can be found in Amana.
Iowa has recently been called the best state in America. And who can argue against it? In fact, in a study that we did on the worst states in America, Iowa came in right behind Nebraska for dead last.