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I'm getting ready to leave on a trip to England, France, Italy, and Germany. Having never traveled out of the country before, I had a question about Customs policies.

I know when returning to the U.S. (my home), all items I bought abroad must be declared. I was curious however, if I must declare items bought in each European country when travelling to another European country (e.g. travelling from England to France).

Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I appreciate the help. Thanks!

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