ⓘ Upper Merion Township, Pennsylvania
Upper Merion Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 28.395 at the 2010 U.S. Census. Located 16 miles from Philadelphia, it consists of the villages of Gulph Mills, King of Prussia, Swedeland, Swedesburg, and part of Wayne.
In the Western part of the village includes a large part of 1.300 acres 5 km 2 valley forge national historical Park. The town is the birthplace of the king of Prussia Mall. King of Prussia also contains a large office Park for such companies as Lockheed-Martin and the Head.
Merion the name comes from the County of Merioneth in North Wales. Merioneth in English, translation into Welsh Merionethshire, the name Meirchion or Meirion, grandson of Cunedda Wledig b. CA. 380 ad, the King of North Wales.
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- Swedeland is a small unincorporated community in Upper Merion Township Montgomery County, Pennsylvania United States, in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
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