Newton (New Jersey)


Newton (New Jersey)
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41°3′17″N 74°45′13″O / 41.05472, -74.75361

Localisation de Newton dans comté de Sussex, New Jersey

La ville de Newton est le siège du comté de Sussex, situé dans le New Jersey, aux États-Unis.



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