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Upper Gwynedd Administration Building in North Wales, Montgomery County PA
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The Green Fork Restaurant and Local Roots Market in North Wales, Montgomery County, PA
One of the many places to visit in North Wales, Montgomery County PA
Playground at Weingartner Park in North Wales PA
One of the many places to visit in North Wales, Montgomery County PA
North Wales, Montgomery County PA

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NORTHWALESALIVE.COM serves North Wales, a borough in Montgomery County within the North Penn Valley. North Wales was settled by Welsh immigrants who named it after their former home in Wales. Part of a 1702 William Penn land grant, this rich farming country was given the name "Gwynedd" for the homeland of the earliest settlers. It began as a pastoral village in agricultural Gwynedd Township, consisting of a number of farms and a Lutheran and Reformed church. Main Street was originally an Indian trail, which later became the Great Road in 1728. By 1828 it was a toll road with the present day name Sumneytown Pike.

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