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11 Most Charming Small Towns In West Virginia


​​The 10th smallest State by area, West Virginia, has a population of under 2 million residents. Admitted to the Union in 1863 during the Civil War, the “Mountain State” is known for its rolling hills and coal mining history, all nestled between beautiful parks and charming hospitality. Outside the major cities, West Virginia’s small towns are a great snapshot of some of the very best the State has to offer. Here are the 11 Most Charming Small Towns in West Virginia.

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