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Trenton Travel Guide  

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Trenton is the capital city of New Jersey, USA. It is also the county seat of Mercer County.
Located in west-central New Jersey, Trenton lies on the east bank of the Delaware River, north of Philadelphia. Assunpink Creek cuts across Trenton, which is situated on a plateau.
Trenton largely experiences a continental climate. The annual average temperature of the city is 13°C. January has a mean temperature of 0.2°C while July experiences an average temperature of 25°C.
The population of Trenton is approximately 84,600. The government (state, county and municipal) forms the largest sector in New Jersey. Some of the items and goods produced in the city are chemicals, fabricated metal products, wood and lumber products and textiles.

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Reviews Trenton

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The city of Trenton is home to many historic sites such as the Battle Monument, located in the ‘Five Points’ area of the city. This 46-m high edifice was built to commemorate America’s victory in the first Battle of Trenton.... more Also, tour the New Jersey State House. Being one of the oldest in the nation, it boasts of a very beautiful interior. Get transported to the colonial era with a visit to the 1719 William Trent House Museum. The New Jersey State Museum offers a large variety ranging from American paintings to a children’s theatre. Trenton is famous for its pottery, china and fine porcelain by makers such as Lenox and Boehm, available at all major outlets in the city. Also, make sure to gorge on the delicious pizzas and hoagies in one of the restaurants in Trenton. Festivals are a year-round feature in Trenton, beginning with the Martin Luther King Junior Celebrations, ultimately culminating in December with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Michelle W
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Trenton has changed over the years. It is not as productive as it use to be. Some areas are not desired areas to visit. Rebuilding of neighbors is needed more.
Not to be missed Planetarium , state museum
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