Set in picturesque New England, Netflix's Ginny & Georgia was actually filmed in Ontario.

Fans of the show might recognize the picturesque town of Cobourg.

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When binging season one, you'll be able to spot the downtown streets decorated with U.S. flags.

Many shops and landmarks make a cameo, like Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club, Victoria Park, and Audrey’s In Town Fashions.

Plus the majestic St. Peter’s Anglican Church, which you'll want to see for yourself.

One must-see attraction is the grand Victoria Hall, which appears as the Wellsbury Arts Center.

If you happen to be in town, you'll also want to head to the mouthwatering gastro pub El Camino, which doubled as the iconic Blue Farm Cafe.

While you are waiting for details about season two, make sure to watch Firefly Lane, which will also give you major Gilmore Girl vibes.

This Ontario historic home for sale is nothing short of spectacular, and it's surprisingly affordable.

Located in the quaint town of Plattsville, the four-bedroom Victorian home is on the market for $749,999.

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Elon Musk made the move to the Lone Star State in late 2020, putting him closer to current projects in the works at SpaceX and Tesla.

Now he is looking to officially incorporate the small town of Boca Chica Village, where SpaceX is currently test-launching rockets, and give it a more fitting name.

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Toronto Tenants Made A Cockroach Delivery To Protest Building Conditions (VIDEO)

"The cockroaches are a first step in many that are about to happen."

A group of Toronto tenants took their complaints about evictions and building conditions straight to their property management company.

On Monday, February 15, members of the Crescent Town Tenants Union brought cockroaches they allegedly caught in their buildings and dropped them on the front porch of Robin Bookbinder, the VP of Finance at their building's management company.

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Completely submerged in water for decades, there is an ancient Italian ghost town in Tuscany that dates back to the 12th century. 

According to The Weather Network, the village of Fabbriche di Careggine may be resurfacing for the world to see in 2021. 

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