Gettysburg as a Cultural Marketplace

The town of Gettysburg and it’s rich history provides a canvas for a variety of cultural landscapes. These landscapes have been captured in pictures by countless people visiting or living in the area.   

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Gettysburg Hotel, Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Anthony Wagner, 2013. Used with permission.

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Lincoln Diner, Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Anthony Wagner, 2013. Used with permission.

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Dirty Billy’s Hats, Gettysburg, PA. Photo by Anthony Wagner, 2013. Used with permission.

These photos were taken around Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square hosts a variety of shops and hotels visited by numerous people every day. Years ago, the town of Gettysburg and specifically Lincoln Square was a cultural marketplace where all types of people could walk around, shop and do everyday activities. Today, Gettysburg is still seen as a cultural marketplace as people walk throughout the town daily, visiting the different shops and even staying a night in the Gettysburg Hotel. Whether you are looking to eat any meal at Lincoln Diner, or shop around in a variety of antique shops and stores, Gettysburg is the place to be. At the end of a long day of noticing the unique culture of the town of Gettysburg, it is easy to see the cultural marketplace that this town has been for hundreds of years.

 

 

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