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Medina traces the history of a community that came to life with the building of the Erie Canal. Located at a bend in the canal, halfway between Buffalo and Rochester, Medina became a regular stop for barge traffic. The famous Medina culvert--the only tunnel road that goes under the canal--is here, as are the falls and Medina sandstone, quarried and used not only in local buildings but also across the state and even at Buckingham Palace.

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