Madrid's Gallery Row

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This area was once a thriving coal mining town, but saw hard times and a sparse population in the 1950s. Starting in the 1970s a resurgence coincided with the influx of hippies who took advantage of the abandoned cabins. Today the community has grown into a quirky art enclave with a neighborhood of galleries, coffee shops, and B&Bs. (Submitted by Kevin Burgin)