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You Don't Need A Passport To See A Pink-Sand Beach, There's One In California

While many people think that travel out of the U.S. is necessary to bear witness to a pink-sand beach, this is not the case. In fact, the U.S. is home to something even more unbelievable: a pink and purple-sand beach. It's located in California, and it's the one unusual, yet beautiful, beach that travelers in the U.S. won't need to dig out their passports for.

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You Don't Need A Passport To See A Pink-Sand Beach, There's One In California

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