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Considered one of the finest stands of elms in New England, over 300 of these grand trees grace the village of Castine. Townspeople have devoted local monies to developing a program to help their trees withstand the ravages of Dutch elm disease. The trees are numbered in order to be cared for in such a way that these treasures will continue to provide shade for many generations of townsfolk. They are just one aspect of the town's countenance that makes it eminently photographable; other highlights are the town's lovely common, excellent architecture, and its sheltered deep-water harbor.