Historic downtowns, limestone buildings, restored Victorian houses and world-class architecture magnify Northeast Iowa's small town charm. If you have an adventurous spirit or a hankering to walk around small town Iowa, pick up a historic brochure or schedule a walking tour with one of the local experts. You can see where Frank Lloyd Write left his personal style in Quasqueton on the banks of the Wapsipinicon River, amble around the streets of Guttenberg where over eighty buildings registered on the National Register of Historic Places stand quietly in the Mississippi River Valley, or visit Decorah, which received recognition as being one of the nations "Prettiest Painted Places." Most of Northeast Iowa's communities have preserved many of their public and private historic structures; many are listed below. Additional information is available at each community Chamber office.