Windsor

Windsor


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Windsor was settled by Plymouth Colony in 1633. It was the first English settlement in Connecticut, making it the state's oldest city. Windsor is primarily residential, but there is some light industry too. It was once renowned for its tobacco production.

The American statesman Oliver Ellsworth was born in Windsor. His home has been converted into a museum. Two of the city's most interesting colonial buildings are the Joseph Loomis House and Fyler House, which dates from 1640.

Accommodation and restaurants are available in town. Windsor is in the north of Connecticut, at the confluence of the Farmington River and the Connecticut River. Windsor is just north of Hartford and 490 km northeast of Washington D.C.


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