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Spring Time in Historic Leesburg

With the warmer temps, lots of people are getting outdoors and exploring new activiites. This is a perfect time of year to take a tour of the historic places in Leesburg. Join in the fun and explore the wonderful gems Leesburg has to offer -- including Civil War meeting places, historic churches, places where Robert E. Lee stayed, and the historic tavern where the Gen. Marquis de Lafayette was welcomed when he stopped in Leesburg. This is a fun and enlightening tour of over a dozen historic sites. Check it out!

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