Many cities have some sort of Fourth of July celebration. They'll have a fireworks display, perhaps a parade, maybe a concert or festival. But there are three locations that really take the cake when it comes to celebrating our nation's independence.
First up is Seward, Nebraska. It's known as "America's Fourth of July City."
It's a small town about 20 minutes outside the state capitol with a population of about 6,000.
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