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Photographing vibrant blooms at the Rochester Lilac Festival in Rochester, New York
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Rochester is nicknamed the Flower City thanks to the gardening excellence of famous horticulturists George Ellwanger and Patrick Barry.

Photo: Andy Buscemi

Audiences enjoy a performance at Rochester Fringe Festival in Rochester, New York
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The annual Rochester Fringe Festival is among the top five most-attended fringe theater festivals worldwide.

Photo: Aaron Winters

The statue Let's Have Tea in Rochester, New York, depicts activists Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass
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Abolitionist Frederick Douglass and Suffragist Susan B. Anthony both lived and worked in Rochester and were both buried in Rochester’s Mount Hope Cemetery.

Biking along the Erie Canal in Rochester, New York
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Experience Rochester

Matt Baldelli