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    Niciole Sulea, owner of Heirloom Antiques and Vintage store in Waterville, shows some of the clothing she sells at the store in Waterville on Wednesday. The business was listed among the 17 Best Attractions in Maine’s Inland Cities by a travel writer on the Huffington Post website.

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    Customer Sarah Sugden looks at a women’s hat she tried on at the Heirloom Antiques and Vintage shop in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    Sarah Sugden looks over a long rack of colorful dresses at Heirloom Antiques and Vintage shop in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    GALLERY: Heirloom Vintage Boutique - Associated Press photo by Robert F. Bukaty | of | Share this photo

    Author Stephen King’s house is Number 15 on the list of 17 Best Attractions in Maine’s Inland Cities.

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    GALLERY: Heirloom Vintage Boutique - Staff photo by Maureen Milliken | of | Share this photo

    Waterville’s Two-Cent Bridge is Number 11 on the list of 17 Best Attractions in Maine’s Inland Cities.

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    The Colby College Museum of Art, shown here in July as patrons take the Bernard Langlais exhibition, is Number 10 on the 17 Best Attractions in Maine’s Inland Cities.

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    The State House in Augusta is Number 8 on travel writer Malerie Yolen-Cohen’s list of 17 Best Attractions in Maine’s Inland Cities.

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