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Imagine an old Welsh market town of about 1,500 residents, its narrow streets lined with more than 15 independent, second-hand bookshops amongst various other boutiques, cafes and pubs, all overshadowed by a 13th-century castle.
Still very much a working market town, Mahón felt drowsy.
Far from being an urban ghetto, Staines is a suburban market town near Heathrow Airport, best known over the years for its linoleum factory.
Two days after a massive earthquake ruptured through central Mexico, the residents of this colonial market town in the state of Morelos are just starting to dig out.
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