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Northeast Iowa is in United States of America.
- - The center of an area of intense immigration toward the entire Upper Midwest in the late 19th century, it is home to Luther College, the Norwegian-American Historical Association, summer canoeing on the scenic Upper Iowa River, hiking trails through the river bluffs. Nordic Fest in the summer (replacing the earlier celebration of Norwegian independence on the Settenden Mai (17 May) celebrates the area's Scandinavian heritage, and locals may append "son" to the end of their family name for the week.
- - A Czech community built along the Turkey River, it was a summer home for 19th century composer Anton Dvorak during his time as conductor of the New York Philharmonic. Besides Dvorak memorabilia, a museum of hand-carved animated clocks by the bachelor-farmer Bily brothers is a regional attraction.
Northeast Iowa is a primarily rural area, the largest city being Waterloo. It is noted for its scenic beauty, with the Mississippi River valley forming its eastern boundary with Wisconsin and Illinois, and the wooded hills and bluffs of the Driftless Area forming a stark contrast with the relatively flat landscape that characterizes much of the rest of the state. Caves and springs are plentiful here, and the numerous cold-water streams are the only waters in the state that can support trout, both native brook and stocked rainbow and browns.
address: 28995 Lansing Rd, Dyersville, IA 52040One of baseball's most treasured landmarks. The field is the same used in the film, "Field of Dreams," nominated by the Academy Awards for Best Film of the Year of 1989. The film, based upon W.P. Kinsella's book "Shoeless Joe," starred Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones. The field is owned by two families amid much controversy. Various events, including baseball and softball games, take place on the field at various times during the year. Approximately 200 mi (322 km) NE of Des Moines via I-80 and US Hwy 20.
Montauk Historic Governor's Homephone: +1 563 423-7173address: ClermontHome of Iowa's 12th governor, William Larrabee, the house was built in 1874 and all furnishings are original. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. The entire town of Clermont has historical buildings seen by guided tours. Clermont Festival Days, Fall Foliage Festival and Christmas Open House and Teas are offered during the year.
phone: +1 563 928-6431Iowa's largest sawmill. Watch trees move from logs to lumber and mulch. Individuals, families, and tour groups (up to 60 people per group) welcome. Headphones provided, so you can hear the tour guide.