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Brief Information About Englishtown


Englishtown is located in the county of Monmouth. It covers a total area of 1.517 sq. km. Industries related to aviation, arts and crafts, automotive, construction, textiles, information technology, pharmaceuticals, health, insurance, metal fabrication, real estate and seafood, contribute to the local economy in a positive way. Commercial spaces are utilized by yogurt shops, educational institutions, tourist information centers, campgrounds, parks, organic food centers and continental restaurants, contributing to the financial viability of the inahbitants.
 







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