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What’s the cutest town in Arizona? Think Wild West

FILE - In this 2011 file photo, the O.K. Corral is viewed in Tombstone, Ariz. An actor performing in a gunfight in the Old West town was shot Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, with a live round during a show that was supposed to use blanks, leading officials to put the popular reenactments on hold. (AP Photo/Allen Breed, File)

Not many would accuse Tombstone, Arizona’s history as being cute.

The town, on the other hand, is apparently just that. named Tombstone as much in its list of the cutest towns of every state in America.

One of the last mining boomtowns in the Old West, Tombstone is dotted with 20th-century saloons and colorful storefronts. Today, you can see a gunfight reenactment or take a walking tour to learn about the famous Wild West characters who lived there. (Cough, cough: Wyatt Earp.)

Of course, Tombstone is known for its storied past, be it the gunfight at the O.K. Corral or its mining history. Now, the Cochise County town is a tourist destination for those looking to relive the past of the Wild West.

Tombstone joins other cities such as St. Helena, Calif., Long Grove, Ill., Natchitoches, La., Marblehead, Mass., Cranbury, N.J., and Granville, Ohio, which earned the distinction as the cutest towns in their respective states.

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