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Belmont Hall
May 62014

Smyrna, Delaware
Smyrna is located in northern Delware in Kent and New Castle Counties. The population of Smyrna is approximately 8,600 residents.
Belmont Hall Information:
Belmont Hall was built in 1753 by Thomas Collins. He was the sixth governor of Delaware. Belmont Hall is

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Belmont Hall
May 32014

Smyrna, Delaware
Smyrna is located in northern Delware in Kent and New Castle Counties. The population of Smyrna is approximately 8,600 residents.
Belmont Hall Information:
Belmont Hall was built in 1753 by Thomas Collins. He was the sixth governor of Delaware. Belmont Hall is

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Dover, Delaware
Dover is the capital of Delaware and the county seat of Kent County. It is the second largest city in the state with a population of about 36,000 residents.
The Governor’s Mansion | Woodburn Information:
The Governor’s Mansion was built in the 1798 by Charles H

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Cooch’s Bridge
May 12014

Newark, Delaware
Newark is located in Northern Delaware in New Castle County. The city has a population of about 30,000 residents.
Newark, Delaware was founded in 1694.
Cooch’s Bridge Information:
Cooch’s Bridge is located at the Old Baltimore Pike in Newark, Delaware. It is

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Addy Sea Inn
May 12014

Bethany Beach, Delaware
Addy Sea Inn Information:
The Addy Sea Inn is located on the corner of Oceanview Parkway and North Atlantic in Bethany Beach, Delaware. The Addy Sea Inn was built by John M. Addy for his family in 1902. The family rented space at the Addy Sea Inn to chur

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Smyrna, Delaware:
Smyrna is located in the northern part of the state in Kent and New Castle counties. It is a small community of about 10,000 residents.
Cry Baby Bridge Location:
Cry Baby Bridge is located on Walnut Tree Road between Smyrna, Delaware and Millington, Maryland. So

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Delaware City, Delaware
Fort Delaware State Park Information:
Fort Delaware State Park is only accessible via a ferry from Delaware City. The ferry runs ½ mile from Delaware City to Pea Patch Island where Fort Delaware State Park is located. It is opens for its regular s

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