Hanover Borough is a city in the state of Pennsylvania, and it is located in the central part of that state. It was named after Hanover County and is the county seat of that county.
Hanover Borough is a modern technology-rich neighborhood with a population of around 13,000 people. It has one main street which leads to the borough’s downtown and has two parks. The borough’s main street has a bike lane, and it also has many restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. The borough’s downtown area is not very old but still retains many historic buildings from its time as an important trading post for various goods.
The borough also boasts one of Pennsylvania’s largest shopping centers – Pennsilvania Mall which opened in 2004 and includes over 100 stores including Macy
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