The Little Town In North Dakota That Might Just Be The Most Unique Town In The World
There is no other town in the world quite like this little North Dakota town! It’s itty-bitty, even by ND’s typical small-town standards, but it has made a name for itself through the efforts of its residents to make their town special. Jud, North Dakota may not be the most famous of ND’s sleepy small towns, but it also goes by a different name: the City of Murals. You’re about to see why.
Jud, North Dakota is located in the south-central region of the state, about 35 miles southwest of Jamestown. You can take a drive there yourself to see the murals all throughout the town, but we highly recommend a self-led walking tour with a camera in hand! You never know what surprises you might find.
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