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Farmington Historic District (Farmington, Connecticut)

In Farmington historic district encompasses 275 acres in the heart of downtown Farmington, Connecticut. He was listed on the national register of historic places in 1972. The area roughly corresponds to the cross section of route 10 between route ...

Connecticut Route 610

State road 610, also known as the Baltic way, 2.16 kilometers of the state roads in Eastern Connecticut. The entire road inside the town of Franklin. CP 610 runs on 32-m route on route 207.

Glastonbury Center, Connecticut

Glastonbury center is a census designated place that is a densely populated city centre of Glastonbury in the County of Hartford, Connecticut, USA. The population was 7.387 according to the census of 2010, the total population of the city 34.427.

Dr. Elizur Hale House

Dr. Elizur Hale house is a historic building at 3181 Hebron Avenue in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Built around 1780, is a famous example of a well preserved late Georgian domestic architecture. He is also notable for its Association with locally pr ...

J. B. Williams Park

Named for James Baker Williams, founder of JB Williams soap, John. Williams Park is located on Neipsic road in Glastonbury, Connecticut, off highway 2. This is a popular place for Hiking, softball, fishing, skating and cross-country skiing.

South Glastonbury Historic District

South Glastonbury historic district is a historic district in Glastonbury, Connecticut. It encompasses the historic village center of South Glastonbury, which was founded in the 17th century. This area was included in the national register of his ...

Goshen Historic District (Goshen, Connecticut)

Goshen historic district is a historic district encompassing the town center city Goshen, Connecticut. Centered on the junction of Connecticut routes 4 and 63, the village has developed historically as an agricultural crossroads of two barriers, ...

McLean Game Refuge

Game refuge McLean is a 4.400 acre nature preserve with the vast majority of that land located in the town of Granby, with small plots of land in Granby borders in Simsbury and Canton, Connecticut. Senator and Governor of Connecticut George P. Mc ...

North Granby, Connecticut

North Granby is a village and census-designated place in the County of Hartford, Connecticut, USA. It is part of the town of Granby. The population was 1.944 according to the census of 2010. The center of North Granby is today marked principally ...

West Granby Historic District

The West Granby historic district is a historic district in Granby, Connecticut. It covers the historic village of West Granby, which stretches along the road between Simsbury Firetown road and Hartland road. Although this area was inhabited in t ...

Cos Cob, Connecticut

Because the strike is a neighborhood and census designated place in Greenwich, Connecticut. It is located in the North-41.033, 73.6 West, on the coast of Connecticut in the southern part of Fairfield County. It had a population of 6.770 at the 20 ...

Fourth Ward Historic District

In the fourth ward historic district encompasses an early unit urban residential Greenwich, Connecticut. The extension to the North of United States route 1 along Sherwood place, Church Street and the surrounding streets, is one of two divisions ...

Greenwich (CDP), Connecticut

Greenwich is a census-designated place in the County of Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. This is one of the few cdps within the town of Greenwich municipal and corresponds to the historical city centre and the surrounding residential and commercial a ...

Greenwich Avenue Historic District

Greenwich Avenue historic district is a historic district representing the commercial and civic historical development of the Central district of the city of Greenwich, Connecticut. The district was listed on the national register of historic pla ...

Greenwich in the American Civil War

In Greenwich, Connecticut, contributed 437 men to twenty six Connecticut regiments during the American Civil war. Greenwich soldiers fought in almost all major Union campaign, including bull run, Gettysburg and siege of Petersburg. Approximately ...

Greenwich Point

Greenwich point is one of four beaches located in Greenwich, Connecticut. The beach is on a Peninsula jutting into long island. It is a popular place for families Greenwich to spend the day. Visitors to Greenwich point, as a rule, to run, walk, o ...

Longshore Sailing School

The mission of coastal sailing schools is to provide public recreational access to long island. Founded in 1960, in the town of westport Commission on organization of rest, the school is open to the public for training and hourly boat rental. He ...

Old Greenwich, Connecticut

Old Greenwich is located in the coastal neighborhood / section and census designated place in Greenwich in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States of America, and is one of Americas richest communities. According to the 2010 census, its popu ...

Pemberwick, Connecticut

Pemberwick neighborhood / section and census designated place in Greenwich in Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. According to the 2010 census, its population 3.680. The town of Greenwich is one political and undemanding of the body, and consists ...

Putnam Cemetery

Putnam cemetery is a non-sectarian cemetery located at 35 Parsonage road in Greenwich, Connecticut. It is associated with a number of cemetery and St Marys on North street 399 that is the Catholic cemetery, the two cemeteries of the same post. Th ...

River Road-Mead Avenue Historic District

Along the river-Mead Avenue historic district includes well-preserved late 19th Century upper-class residential area, because the area of the blow of Greenwich, Connecticut. Stretching along the river road between Mead Avenue and Robertson lane, ...

Strickland Road Historic District

Strickland road historic district, Greenwich, Connecticut, a 9-acre historic district that was listed on the National register of historic places in 1990. The district stretches along Strickland road in sections, because the impact from Greenwich ...

Quinebaug Trail

In the Quinebaug trail is 8.1 miles of the CT trail and is one of the blue-blazed Hiking trails is maintained by Connecticut forest and Park Association. The trail is located in the city of Griswold, Voluntown and Plainfield in Eastern Connecticu ...

Connecticut Route 117

Route 117 is a state highway in southeastern Connecticut, running from Groton to Preston. Route 117 is designed highway Colonel while staying from its intersection with route 184 in Groton while staying in the Preston town line.

Groton Bank Historic District

The Groton Bank historic district, known as Groton heights, is primarily a living area of 50 acres, in the historic district of the city of Groton in Connecticut. The district was added to the National register of historic places on March 24, 198 ...

Groton Long Point

Long point Groton is located in Groton, on fishers island, in the County of new London, Connecticut, United States of America. The year-round population was 518 at the 2010 census. The territory is administered by the Association of Groton long p ...

Long Hill, Groton, Connecticut

Long hill is a census-designated place in the town of Groton in the County of new London, Connecticut, USA. The population was 4.205 according to the census of 2010.

Mystic River Historic District

Mystic river historic district covers part of Mystic, Connecticut, which is on the Groton side of the mystic river. The district was added to the National register of historic places on August 24, 1979, approximately 235 acres that includes many ...

Mystic, Connecticut

Mystic is a village and census designated place in Groton and Stonington, Connecticut, he has no independent government because it is not a municipality in the state of Connecticut. Historically, Mystic was a significant seaport Connecticut with ...

Old Mystic, Connecticut

Old Mystic is a village and census-designated place in the County of new London, Connecticut, United States of America. The population was 3.554 in the 2010 census.

Higganum Reservoir

Higganum reservoir is a 31-acre man-made pond withdrawal Ponset Brook in the town of Haddam, Connecticut. This is the main feature of Higganum state Park "tank." Formed by the construction of a dam in 1868, the reservoir was built to provide wate ...

Centerville, Hamden

Centerville, originally spelled Centreville in the neighborhood of the East-Central part of the city Hamden, Connecticut. This location is the Hamden town Hall and other major city government buildings. It got its name from being at the intersect ...

Connecticut Chiefs

The chiefs of the Connecticut Junior tier III ice hockey Newington, Connecticut, playing in the Eastern Hockey League. Formerly known as the oilers organization is also youth teams from the age of 6 to 16 years, and competed at the Atlantic Youth ...

Connecticut Route 40

Route 40, also known as the connector on mount Carmel, is 3.08 km spur route from interstate 91 in North haven, Connecticut connecting I-91 and Bailey road in North haven on 10-m route in the mount Carmel area of Hamden city. Route 40 is a 4-lane ...

Hamden Hall Country Day School Field

In Hamden hall field Day rural school is the soccer and lacrosse facility located in Hamden, Connecticut, on the campus Hamden hall country Day school. He is part of the Hamden hall country Day school athletic complex with Sports centre Beckerman ...

Mount Carmel, Hamden

Mount Carmel-district in the North-Eastern part of the city Hamden, Connecticut. It was the first meeting house in Hamden. Its founders named because of the similarity of a range of hills near mount Carmel, mentioned in the Bible. Hills better kn ...

Whitneyville, Connecticut

Whitneyville is a district in the South-Eastern part of the city Hamden, Connecticut. It began in the early nineteenth century as a factory town for workers of the Eli Whitney gun factory. At the turn of the twentieth century, she turned into the ...

Hemlock Glen Industrial Archeological District

Hemlock Glen industrial archeological district is a historic industrial archaeological site in HAMPTON, Connecticut. It consists of a series of nodes of a mill on a tributary of the Shetucket river, which operated from the mid-18th to the early 2 ...

Connecticut Route 118

Route 118 is a state highway in northwestern Connecticut running from the town of Litchfield through the village of East Litchfield to Harwinton center. Route 118 is a scenic road at both ends. In section 2.8 km from the Western Terminus at the L ...

Northwest Harwinton, Connecticut

Northwest Harwinton is a census-designated place in the town of Harwinton in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States of America. The population was 3.252 according to the 2010 census, of 5.642 in the city. The CRC contains the city centre.

South Kent, Connecticut

South Kent is a village located in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States of America, along the border with new York, and within and part of Kent, Connecticut. South Kent has its own post office, whose index is 06785. South Kent is also ho ...

Connecticut Route 101

Route 101 is a state highway in northeastern Connecticut running from Pomfret to the Rhode Island state line in Killingly. The road originated as the toll road of the 19th century, known as the Connecticut and Rhode island turnpike. Route 101 was ...

Daniels Village Archeological Site

Daniels archaeological excavations villages of historical and industrial archaeological site in Killingly, Connecticut. Located close to the intersection of Putnam road and the river five miles, in an area where is one of the earliest textile fac ...

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