Bristol, known from 1632 to 1765 as Pemaquid is a town in , , United States. The population was 2,755 at the 2010 census. A fishing and resort area, Bristol includes the villages of , Pemaquid, Round Pond, Bristol Mills and Chamberlain.
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Notable Places in the Area

Place of worship
The , also known locally as the Little Brown Church, is a historic church on Maine State Route 32 in Round Pond, a village of Bristol, Maine. is situated 2½ miles east of Bristol. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.


43.9577° or 43° 57' 27.8" north
-69.5098° or 69° 30' 35.3" west
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United Nations Location Code
72 feet (22 metres)
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node 158843476
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Bristol
  • Cebuano: Bristol
  • Chinese: 布里斯托尔
  • Chinese: 布里斯托爾
  • Dutch: Bristol
  • English: Bristol, Maine
  • French: Bristol
  • French: Fort Pemaquid
  • German: Bristol
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Bristol, Maine
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Bristol
  • Hungarian: Bristol
  • Italian: Bristol
  • Japanese: ブリストル (メイン州)
  • Japanese: ペマキッド
  • Kazakh: Brsïtol
  • Kazakh: Брситол
  • Kazakh: برسىيتول
  • Kirghiz: Брситол
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Bristol i Maine
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pemaquid
  • Polish: Bristol
  • Portuguese: Bristol
  • Spanish: Bristol
  • Turkish: Bristol, Maine
  • Ukrainian: Бристоль
  • Urdu: برسٹل، مینے
  • Volapük: Bristol
  • Welsh: Bristol, Maine
  • Aldworth Town
  • Bristol Mills

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