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New London

About New London

27,707 in city
266,830 in metro
28 km² (11 mi²)
17.0690075591 m
New London is a port of entry located on the mouth of the Thames River in southeastern Connecticut. First settled in 1646 by John Winthrop, it was named New London in 1658. It was a major base for privateers during the American Revolution, and developed into an important whaling, shipping, and ship-building center during the 19th Century. Today it is home to the US Coast Guard Academy and the US Submarine Officers School. Industries include pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and submarine building.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
23 All Buildings
23
existing

Building types

No. Type
16 low-rise building
4 church
2 bridge
1 high-rise building