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Manchester

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Manchester
Manchester, New Hampshire 03102

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Amoskeag Fishways, Manchester
Coordinates: 43.002104, -71.4736267
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Derryfield Park, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9976481, -71.4405942
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Dorrs Pond, Manchester
Coordinates: 43.0166503, -71.453619
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Lake Massabesic–southwest cove near Birch Island
Coordinates: 42.960003, -71.3867998
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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Coordinates: 42.9279095, -71.4375901
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Manchester Cedar Swamp Preserve, Manchester
Coordinates: 43.0447427, -71.4943457
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Merrimack River–Granite St. Bridge to Notre Dame Bridge, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9896375, -71.4696693
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Merrimack River–Stark Landing boat launch, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9819504, -71.4675732
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Moores Crossing railroad bridge, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9365461, -71.4561898
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Overlook below Amoskeag Dam, Manchester
Coordinates: 43.0004184, -71.4687135
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Perimeter Road Wetland, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9409349, -71.4407367
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Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9609344, -71.4635443
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Piscataquog River Park, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9892343, -71.4914162
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Rockingham Rail Trail at Candia Road, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.9884855, -71.4078386
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Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester/Hooksett
Coordinates: 43.0395793, -71.4521492
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West Massabesic Rockingham Trail, Manchester
Coordinates: 42.999547, -71.3963377
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About Manchester
Manchester is a city in the southern part of New Hampshire. It is the most populous city in northern New England.

Manchester is, along with Nashua, one of two seats of Hillsborough County, the state’s most populous. Manchester lies near the northern end of the Northeast megalopolis and straddles the banks of the Merrimack River. It was first named by the merchant and inventor Samuel Blodgett, namesake of Samuel Blodget Park and Blodget Street in the city’s North End. His vision was to create a great industrial center similar to that of the original Manchester in England, which was the world’s first industrialized city.

The Currier Museum of Art features works by major American and European artists. It also operates the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Zimmerman House. In an old fabric mill, the Millyard Museum traces how the nearby Amoskeag Falls shaped the city and its textile industry. Trails in sprawling Derryfield Park lead to the 19th-century Weston Observatory.
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