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Monadnock Region

View of Mount Monadnock
from Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge

The Monadnock Region is a region in southwestern New Hampshire. It is named after Mount Monadnock, a 3,165 foot isolated mountain, which is the dominant geographic landmark in the region. Although it has no specific borders, the Monadnock Region is generally thought of comprising all of Cheshire County and the western portion of Hillsborough County.

The largest municipality, and only city, in the region is Keene with 23,409 residents. The nearby town of Peterborough is famous for the MacDowell Colony and for being the setting of the Thornton Wilder play Our Town. Other notable landmarks in the region include Cathedral of the Pines and Franklin Pierce College, both located in Rindge.

External links

  • Monadnock Region at NH Division of Travel and Tourism Development
  • Guide to Monadnock Region events
  • Monadnock Region visitor's guide
  • MonadnockRegion.net


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