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Norfolk County consists of twenty-eight eastern Massachusetts communities, mostly located to the South and West of Boston. Norfolk County is known as the County of Presidents because it is the birthplace of four Presidents of the United States: John Adams (Braintree/modern day Quincy), John Quincy Adams (Quincy), John F. Kennedy (Brookline), and George Herbert Walker Bush (Milton).
Many Norfolk County communities are residential suburbs of Boston. Economic activity within the county includes a wide range of business including technology, research and development, retail, wholesale, and manufacturing. The county's greatest extent, from Cohasset Harbor to the southwest corner of Bellingham - is about thirty-six miles, and from the most northern point of the town of Wellesley to the Bristol County line, the distance is about seventeen miles. Bounded on the northeast by Massachusetts Bay, geographic features include the Blue Hills and the Charles and Neponset rivers. The area is served by several interstate highway routes, including Routes 95, 93 and 495.
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