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Main Street, Saugerties, NY
Saugerties
Saugerties had its beginnings back in April 27, 1677, when the land was purchased from Esopus Indian Kaelcop, Chief of the Amorgarickakan Family in exchange for "a blanket, a piece of cloth, a shirt, a loaf of bread, and some coarse fiber". Today, Saugerties is home to several festivals, including the Garlic Festival. The area around Main Street and Partition Street is a fine collection of unique shops and restaurants that are not to be missed.
Copyright: Mark fink
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Chargée: 16/09/2008
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Tags: art; bar; cafe; club; music; restaurant; shop
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