Where is Quincy, Illinois?
The area described here includes the Counties Adams, Brown, Hancock, Pike and Schuyler with the cities of Quincy, Carthage and Pittsfield. It is located in the Western part of Illinois.
What County is Quincy?
The town of Quincy, founded in 1822, was named after President John Quincy Adams. As an important trading point, the city flourished quickly and became prosperous. Since the city in the modern era got something in the shadow of traffic, it could mach old preserve. Three historical districts still bear witness to it today. In Nauvoo, the westward Mormons settled under their leader Joseph Smith. In 1844, he and his brother were summoned by the crowd in the neighbouring Carthage, when he sat in the local district prison. Pittsfield calls himself the pig capital of Illinois, as it is a center of pig processing.
Columbia MO 151 km, St. Louis MO 193 km, Chicago 462 km
in Illinois: Alton, Galesburg, Springfield
in Iowa: Burlington
in Missouri: Hannibal, Saint Charles
Flights to Quincy
There are no direct flights from Germany, Austria or Switzerland to Quincy.
From Frankfurt and Munich you can reach Quincy with United and Lufthansa via Chicago, and from Vienna you can also connect with United / Austrian via Chicago.
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