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  1. King of Prussia

    King of Prussia is a suburban community in the greater Philadelphia region of Pennsylvania in Montgomery County. It is northwest of Philadelphia proper.



  2. Norristown

    Norristown is a is a small residential borough in Montgomery County, in the Philadelphia-Camden metro area. The town is located about 6 miles outside of Philadelphia, between two greater townships of King of Prussia and Plymouth Meeting, with latitude of 40.

  3. East Norriton

    East Norriton is a town located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.


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  4. Collegeville

    Collegeville is a city in Montgomery County in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

  5. Montgomery County (Pennsylvania)

    Montgomery County (known sometimes as "Montco") is a suburban county located in the state of Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. A 2010 U.



  6. Malvern (Pennsylvania)

    Malvern is a city in Chester County in southeastern Pennsylvania.

  7. Skippack Village

    Skippack Village is located in Montgomery County in the US state of Pennsylvania. It is a charming little town full of boutiques, shops, restaurants, and it's newest addition, a beautiful rustic Italian hotel.

  8. Ardmore (Pennsylvania)

    Ardmore, Pennsylvania is in a small town on the border of Montgomery County and Delaware County in the Philadelphia Region.

  9. Havertown

    Havertown is in Delaware County in Pennsylvania. Havertown is a western suburb of Philadelphia, 8 miles from Center City.



  10. Blue Bell
  11. Delaware County (New York)
  12. Kulpsville

    Kulpsville is a town in Montgomery County in the state of Pennsylvania.

  13. Media
  14. Drexel Hill

    Drexel Hill is a city in Upper Darby, located southwest of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  15. Lansdale

    Lansdale has a population of 16,00. It is a town in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.



  16. Swarthmore

    Swarthmore is a small borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States.

  17. Glen Mills

    Glen Mills is a is an unincorporated community in Concord township and Middletown township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America .

  18. Lansdowne (Pennsylvania)
  19. Upper Darby
  20. Philadelphia/West

    West Philly is a mostly residential section of Philadelphia west of the Schuylkill River, which represented the western boundary of William Penn's original plan for the colonial city. West Philadelphia is a vibrant, diverse, multi-cultural urban area, home to three excellent and world-renowned universities.

  21. Fort Washington

    Fort Washington is a community in Upper Dublin Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and is considered a suburb of Philadelphia.

  22. Delaware Valley

    The Delaware Valley is a region in eastern Pennsylvania and the surrounding states of Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey that contains the Philadelphia metro area. The region is named after the Delaware River, which flows through the area.

  23. Exton

    The city of Exton is located in Chester County, Southeastern Pennsylvania, west of Philadelphia, along Route 30 Highway. Exton is part of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-New Jersey metropolitan area.

  24. Chester (Pennsylvania)
  25. Philadelphia/Northwest

    Philadelphia's Northwest district is a huge area north of Lehigh Ave and west of Front St. This isn't the most visited part of town, but nonetheless there are plenty of interesting neighborhoods to explore.

  26. West Chester (Pennsylvania)

    West Chester is a borough in Chester County in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania. It is the county seat.

  27. Philadelphia/Center City West

    Philadelphia's Center City West is the downtown area west of City Hall. It contains downtown's upscale shopping district, the financial district, and the museum district along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, culminating in the Philadelphia Art Museum and Fairmount Park.

  28. Philadelphia/South
  29. Elkins Park
  30. Philadelphia
  31. Jenkintown

    Jenkintown is a small town located within Montgomery County, Pennsylvania which is just north of Philadelphia. Jenkintown runs along route 611 and is approximately .

  32. Philadelphia/North

    North Philadelphia is large area north of Philadelphia's Center City that includes many neighborhoods such as Northern Liberties, Kensington, Fishtown, Fairmount, the Spring Gardens, Templetown, Nicetown, and Tioga. Unfortunately, large swaths known as North Central are plagued by violence though they include some of the city's most interesting residential architecture.

  33. Philadelphia/Center City East

    City Center East is the most dense section of Philadelphia, home to City Hall, the Convention Center, Chinatown, Washington Square West, and Gayborhood.

  34. Abington Township
  35. Willow Grove

    Willow Grove is a town in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania located approximately 12 miles north from the city of Philadelphia.

  36. Philadelphia/Old City

    Philadelphia's Old City is home to a large number of historical sites, galleries, restaurants, and bars, and is known for its active nightlife and cultural opportunities.

  37. Chadds Ford

    Chadds Ford is a township of 3,170 people (as of 2000) on the western outskirts of Philadelphia in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

  38. Claymont

    Claymont is a town located in northern Delaware. A largely blue-collar suburb of Wilmington, its borders are not clearly defined; it is generally accepted to contain about 9,000 residents.

  39. Pennsburg
  40. Downingtown
  41. Warminster (Pennsylvania)

    Warminster is a township in Bucks County, in the Delaware Valley that is part of the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania.

  42. Camden (New Jersey)

    Camden is a city in Camden County, New Jersey. Located just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Camden is a former industrial boom-town that has fallen onto hard times.

  43. Huntingdon Valley
  44. Doylestown (Pennsylvania)
  45. Woodbury (New Jersey)

    Woodbury is the county seat of Gloucester County in Southern New Jersey. It has a blend of Victorian homes, natural parks, beautiful waterways and recreational facilities that makes this city one of Southern New Jersey's hidden gems.

  46. Swedesboro

    Swedesboro is a borough in Gloucester County, New Jersey. It is a small quaint little town of a little over 2,500 people.

  47. Palm
  48. Penns Grove

    Penns Grove is in Salem County, in the Delaware River Region of New Jersey.

  49. Wilmington (Delaware)
  50. Bucks County

    Bucks County is in the Delaware Valley, in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania, United States of America.

  51. Carneys Point

    Carneys Point is in Salem County, in the Delaware River Region of New Jersey.

  52. Feasterville
  53. Runnemede
  54. Haddonfield

    Haddonfield is a borough located in Camden County, New Jersey. Encompassing 2.

  55. Holland (Pennsylvania)
  56. Cinnaminson

    Cinnaminson is a township in Burlington County, in the Delaware River region of New Jersey. It is about 10 miles east from Philadelphia and is a truck stop.

  57. Philadelphia/Northeast

    Northeast Philadelpia is a more residential area of the city, although it is home to burgeoning Russian, Brazilian, and Indian communities and restaurants. Northeast Philly is home to Franklin Mills Mall, claimed to be the most visited attraction in Pennsylvania.

  58. Coatesville
  59. Cherry Hill
  60. Woodstown
  61. Bensalem
  62. Peddler's Village
  63. Pennsville

    Pennsville is in Salem County, in the Delaware River Region of New Jersey.

  64. New Castle (Delaware)

    New Castle is a quiet town in Delaware, one of the United States of America.

  65. Emmaus

    Emmaus is a borough in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is located five miles southwest of Allentown, the state's third largest city, after Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

  66. Newtown (Pennsylvania)

    Newtown is a township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Surrounded by beautiful farmlands, this small town was also the location where the movie "Signs" was filmed in part.

  67. Langhorne

    Langhorne is a borough in Bucks County in the state of Pennsylvania located about 6 miles west of the Delaware River.

  68. Solebury
  69. Hellertown

    Hellertown is a borough in the Lehigh Valley Region of Pennsylvania. Much smaller than the region's main municipalities- Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, Hellertown is located south of South Bethlehem.

  70. Honey Brook

    Honey Brook is a quaint small town outside of Reading, in south-east Pennsylvania. Noted for its Amish farms, it is culturally part of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, since lies adjacent to Lancaster County.

  71. New Hope
  72. Stockton (New Jersey)
  73. Allentown

    Allentown is a city in the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is the third largest city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

  74. Lambertville
  75. Bethlehem (Pennsylvania)

    Bethlehem is a city in Pennsylvania, located along the Lehigh River 50 miles north of Philadelphia and 70 miles west of New York City. It is part of the Lehigh Valley metropolitan area, along with Allentown and Easton.

  76. South Whitehall (Pennsylvania)

    South Whitehall is a suburban township near Allentown, Pennsylvania.

  77. Bristol (Pennsylvania)
  78. Fogelsville
  79. Frenchtown (New Jersey)
  80. Newark (Delaware)
  81. Washington Crossing Historical Park
  82. Williamstown (New Jersey)
  83. Yardley
  84. Kutztown

    Kutztown is a small town located in Berks County, Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. It is located between Reading and Allentown.

  85. Reading (Pennsylvania)
  86. Whitehall
  87. Easton (Pennsylvania)

    Easton a town in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America.

  88. Phillipsburg (New Jersey)

    Phillipsburg is an urban town in northwest New Jersey. It is officially part of the Skylands region of New Jersey.

  89. Lehigh Valley

    The Lehigh Valley is a region in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, considered part of the larger Philadelphia Region in the United States. It is 60 miles north of Philadelphia, the nation's fifth largest city, and 90 miles west of New York City, the nation's largest city.

  90. Nazareth (Pennsylvania)

    Nazareth is a town in Northampton County in the Lehigh Valley. It is located in the Philadelphia/Pocono Region of Pennsylvania in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.

  91. Trenton

    Trenton is in Mercer County, and is the capital of New Jersey. The city's strategic location in between New York City and Philadelphia has historically contributed to its growth and significantly impacts local culture.

  92. Flemington

    Flemington is a town in Hunterdon County in the Skylands region of New Jersey. It is in part a charming, quaint town with tasteful old buildings and in part a large outlet shopping area.

  93. Bordentown
  94. Slatington
  95. Mercer County (New Jersey)
  96. New Jersey

    New Jersey is in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Despite being the most densely populated state in the nation, New Jersey is well known for its vibrant beach towns and natural attractions, including the migratory birds of Cape May, the Pine Barrens, blueberry farms and cranberry bogs, the Delaware Water Gap, a 72-mile leg of the Appalachian Trail and its interurban analogue, the East Coast Greenway, and the Palisades.

  97. Clinton (New Jersey)

    Clinton is a city in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. It is one of the larger townships in the county and contains the towns of Annandale, Clinton, and Lebanon.

  98. Princeton

    Princeton, home to the prestigious Princeton University, is a municipality with a population of approximately 30,000 in Mercer County, central New Jersey.

  99. West Windsor
  100. Robbinsville (New Jersey)

    Robbinsville is a township in Mercer County, New Jersey. It is about five miles east of Trenton, and is part of the Trenton, New Jersey metropolitan area.