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Hudson County

Hudson County is the smallest and most urban county in northeastern , and sixth most densely populated in the United States. Located on two peninsulas between the Hudson, Hackensack, and Passaic rivers it has, while being in the midst of the …
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is 's second-largest city. sits in the northeastern section of the state across the Hudson from its older and bigger cousin, .

is a small city on the Hudson River in northeastern .

is a city in . It is home to Cape Liberty Cruise Port.

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is a city in , . is a small city, roughly 1.283 square miles.

is a town on the Hudson River in northeastern .

is a town in , . has an important station in the NJ Transit railway network.

is a town in , . The main road, Ave, connects the cities of Newark and, with the help of the Newark-Jersey City Turnpike and the NJ Turnpike, .

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Other Names for Hudson County

  • Arabic: مقاطعة هدسون
  • Armenian: Հուդզոն շրջան
  • Basque: Hudson konderria
  • Bishnupriya: হাডসন কাউন্টি
  • Bulgarian: Хъдсън
  • Chinese: 哈德遜縣
  • English: Hudson
  • Finnish: Hudsonin piirikunta
  • French: Comté de Hudson
  • German: Hudson County
  • Hungarian: Hudson megye
  • Italian: Contea di Hudson
  • Japanese: ハドソン郡
  • Min Nan Chinese: Hudson Kūn
  • Persian: شهرستان هادسون، نیوجرسی
  • Polish: Hrabstwo Hudson
  • Portuguese: Condado de Hudson
  • Romanian: Comitatul Hudson
  • Russian: Хадсон
  • Serbian: Округ Хадсон
  • Spanish: Condado de Hudson
  • Ukrainian: Гудзон
  • Urdu: ہڈسن کاؤنٹی، نیو جرسی
  • Vietnamese: Quận Hudson
  • Waray (Philippines): Condado han Hudson
  • Western Panjabi: ہڈسن کاؤنٹی
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