Catskill Creek

Catskill Creek is a 46.0-mile-long tributary of the Hudson River that drains the northeastern of the U.S. State of . From its source at Franklinton Vlaie in it flows southeast through parts of and…

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Museum
The , also known as Cedar Grove, is a National Historic Landmark that includes the home and the studio of painter Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of American painting. is situated 3,700 feet north of Catskill Creek. Photo: Dmadeo, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Peak
is a mountain in . It is located in the south of Catskill. is situated 1 mile southwest of Catskill Creek.

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is a city and the county seat of , , United States. Photo: Daniel Case, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Catskill Creek

Latitude
42.2158° or 42° 12' 56.9" north
Longitude
-73.8622° or 73° 51' 43.9" west
Open Location Code
87J8648Q+84
Open­Street­Map ID
way 135568014
Geo­Names ID
5111835
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Catskill Creek
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر كاتسكيل كريك
  • Venetian: Catskill
  • Kats Kill

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