Where is Lebanon, New Hampshire?
The area described here includes the county of Grafton with the cities of Lebanon, Enfield, Franconia, Hanover, Lincoln, Littleton and Waterville Valley. It is located in the Western part of New Hampshire.
What County is Lebanon?
Lebanon itself is an important commercial centre not far from Vermont. The place is especially known for its Cidre. The small town of Franconia got its name in 1782 because the landscape reminded the settlers of the Franconian Alb. Not far to the north, in Hanover, in the most rural area, one can find the Darmouth College, a school already founded in colonial times, which despite its modest name (College) is considered to be one of the 10 best universities in the USA. Hanover is one of the most prosperous cities in New Hampshire. The Enfield, located to the East, was formerly a center of the Shaker religious community. Waterville Valley is a popular Ski Resort.
Manchester 116 km, Boston MA 196 km, New York City NY 375 km
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