Fort Lee

Fort Lee is a city in . This town is comprised of a large residential community that includes Fort Lee natives, transplants from New York, and immigrants, especially from .

Notable Places in the Area

The is a double-decked suspension bridge spanning the Hudson River, connecting the borough of with the New Jersey borough of Fort Lee. Photo: Gryffindor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The , officially Jeffrey's Hook Light, is a small lighthouse located in Fort Washington Park along the Hudson River in , , under the . Photo: Beyond My Ken, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The is a museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of and and their former colonies in Latin America, the , and Portuguese India. Photo: Asaavedra32, CC BY-SA 3.0.

, also known as James Gordon , is a 1.8-acre public park in , named for James Gordon Bennett, Sr., the newspaper publisher who launched the New York Herald in 1835. Photo: Dfass, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a city in , . It borders on Fort Lee and Cliffs to its east, Tenafly to its north, to its west, and Leonia to its south. Photo: KLOTZPLATE, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a township in , . Photo: KForce, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Upper is a large, relatively under-visited area that ranges from 125th Street to Inwood Hill Park on the west and from 96th Street northward on the east. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

Fort Lee

40.8509° or 40° 51' 3.4" north
-73.9701° or 73° 58' 12.5" west
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United Nations Location Code
285 feet (87 metres)
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node 158860946
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: فورت لي (نيوجيرسي)
  • Arabic: فورت لي
  • Basque: Fort Lee (New Jersey)
  • Basque: Fort Lee
  • Belarusian: Форт-Лі
  • Bulgarian: Форт Лий
  • Catalan: Fort Lee
  • Cebuano: Fort Lee
  • Chinese: Fort Lee
  • Chinese: 利堡
  • Chinese: 新泽西李堡
  • Chinese: 李堡
  • Danish: Fort Lee
  • Dutch: Fort Lee
  • English: Fort Lee, NJ
  • English: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Esperanto: Fort Lee (Nov-Ĵerzejo)
  • Esperanto: Fort Lee
  • Finnish: Fort Lee
  • French: Fort Lee
  • German: Fort Lee
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Hebrew: פורט לי, ניו ג'רזי
  • Italian: Fort Lee
  • Japanese: フォートリー
  • Kazakh: Fort Lï
  • Kazakh: Форт Ли
  • Kazakh: فورت لىي
  • Kirghiz: Форт Ли
  • Korean: 포트리
  • Min Nan Chinese: Fort Lee
  • Norwegian: Fort Lee
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Fort Lee (New Jersey)
  • Persian: فورت لی، نیوجرسی
  • Polish: Fort Lee
  • Portuguese: Fort Lee
  • Romanian: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Russian: Форт-Ли
  • Russian: Форт Ли
  • Serbian: Форт Ли
  • Serbo-Croatian: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Serbo-Croatian: Fort Lee
  • South Azerbaijani: فورت لی، نیوجرسی
  • Spanish: Fort Lee
  • Spanish: Fort Lee, Nueva Jersey
  • Swahili (generic): Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Swahili (generic): Fort Lee
  • Swedish: Fort Lee
  • Tamil: போர்ட் லீ, நியூ ஜேர்சி
  • Tamil: போர்ட் லீ
  • Turkish: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Turkish: Fort Lee
  • Ukrainian: Форт-Лі
  • Urdu: فورٹ لی، نیو جرسی
  • Uzbek: Fort Lee
  • Volapük: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Volapük: Fort Lee
  • Welsh: Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • Pickletown

Other Places Named Fort Lee

  • West Virginia, United States
  • Locality in Virginia, United States
  • Locality in Virginia, United States
  • Park in Massachusetts, United States
  • Military installation in Virginia, United States

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