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Allentown Pennsylvania is an incorporated city in Lehigh County. It is located at latitude 40.6084 and longitude -75.4902. Sitting at an elevation of 341 feet. In was founded by William Allen in 1762
Some interesting facts about Allentown Pa., was originally named Northampton Town.
The Liberty Bell was stored in the Zion Reformed Church in Allentown, PA. while the British invaded Philadelphia, Pa. It was return to Philadelphia Pa after the British left.
Billy Joel wrote his famous song about Allentown, Pa.
The Fair which was formed in Allentown, Pa. in 1852 celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2012
Allentown Pa. has a population of 107,815 and a land area of 17.55 miles.
Allentown Pa. incorporates zip codes:
18101, 18102, 18103, 18104, 18106, 18109 and 18195.
There are several hospitals serving the Allentown area some of which are:
Some of the many Hospices that serve the Allentown, Pa. area are:
Many famous people were born or raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania including:
Lee Iacocca, Business executive who revived Chrysler Motors and was named one of the top CEO’s of all time.
Aaron Douglas O’Connell who created the first Quantum Machine and was honored by Science Magazine in 2010
Lauren Weisberger, Author, who moved to Allentown, Pa. at the age of 11. Best known for her book “The Devil Wears Prada” which was later made into a movie.
Joseph Milinchik, Pro Football player who played in Super Bowl XXIX