Norfolk in which city?
Norfolk is in ViRGiNiA!
Norfolk is in Norfolk, VA.
Norfolk is in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia Beach is the most populous city in Virginia. Norfolk is the second-most populous city in Virginia after Virginia Beach.
Norfolk is a city in Virginia along with Nebraska
Norfolk is a city in Virginia. It does not have a capital. Richmond is the capital of Virginia.
Norfolk is a county, Bristol is a city, it is approx 230 miles between the two depending on where you start from in Norfolk.
No, Norfolk is a city in southeast Virginia, south of the Chesapeake Bay. The closest island is Fisherman's Island at the north end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, just to the north of the city of Norfolk.
Norfolk is located in Virginia. Norfolk is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. With a population of 234,403 as of the 2000 census, it is Virginia's second largest city behind its eastern neighbor, Virginia Beach. :)
Norfolk, Virginia is a city, not a state. Therefore, it is not eligible for a state bird and has none.
Norwich is a city in Norfolk, England.
About 1,385 miles.
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Norfolk signifies the British county or the American city-region in the State of Virginia (VA). Norfolk is also used as connotation for the massive United States Navy Station at Norfolk, VA serving as the headquarters to the Atlantic Fleet. Norfolk is also the largest naval facility in the world, further delineating its connotation and contextual significance.
Although not named Norfolk until the 5th century AD, Norfolk England has been populated since the lower palaeolithic times, approx 700,000 BC. The state of Nebraska was created on 30-May-1854. The city of Norfolk, Nebraska was founded in 1866. At least 1400 years after Norfolk England.
http://www.municode.com/resources/gateway.asp?pid=10121&sid=46 visit this website. It states the City Ordinance for Norfolk, VA
about 320 miles
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1st Largest City: Virginia Beach 2nd Largest City: Norfolk 3rd Largest City: Chesapeake 4th Largest City: Richmond
Orbitz has a travel guide for all things Virginia, so expect to find a Norfolk travel guide there. You can also easily book flights online by simply selecting the airport in your city, and the airport in the destination city.
No. Virginia Beach is a city which is next to Norfolk city. They are about 20 minutes drive from each other.
How many nautical miles from Norfolk VA to NYC? Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_nautical_miles_from_Norfolk_VA_to_NYC#ixzz2RxU7VDXi
It is 356.81 miles according to MapQuest.
Norfolk Island, Oceania
Northport, Alabama. Newton and Norton, Kansas. Nebraska City, Norfolk and North Platte Nebraska.
Randolph is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Revere is a city in Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
Wiliam White has written: 'History, gazetteer, and directory of Norfolk, and the city and county of the city of Norwich..'
The address of the Elkhorn Valley Museum And Research Center is: 515 Queen City Blvd, Norfolk, NE 68701-4060
In 2007 the estimated population of Norwich (within the city boundaries) was 132,200.
It is 1,384.22 miles accprding to MapQuest.
It is 322 miles according to Google Maps.
From Norfolk va to newyork city
The halfway point between St. Louis, Missouri, and Norfolk, Virginia is in or around Elementary Drive, Ona, West Virginia, 25545. Huntington lies halfway between St Louis MO and Norfolk VA
The closest city to the above coordinates is Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
No, The city with the MOST hauntings I would say Is, St,Augustine, Florida.
Johnson City places it self right there.
Who knows! The Norfolk NE website is the worst thing I've seen. Nothing in there City Code either, if someone bothers you about it (such as a cop), tell them it is being used for the preparation of food.
I've included the Google Maps route from Norfolk to Orlando. Just from eyeballing it, it would be somewhere in South Carolina. If you're looking for a major city you could detour from the Google Maps route and hit Charleston, but out of cities listed here I'd probably go with Florence, SC as the city closest to the halfway point.
Charles Morrison Robinson has written: 'Architectural suggestions' 'Norfolk County and South Norfolk city school housing survey, 1921' -- subject(s): Educational surveys, School buildings
Va Museum of Transportation was founded by the Norfolk & Western Railroad and the city of Roanoke.
MapQuest estimates the driving time as 6.5 hours.
John Rolfe was born in Heacham, Norfolk County, England.
The battle of Elizabeth City effectively denied the Confederacy the use of the Dismal Swamp Canal for the remainder of the war. The Dismal Swamp and the Albemarle & Chesapeake Canals were the back door to Norfolk. With Hampton Roads in the possession of the Union, they offered the only water routes to Norfolk. Burnside's taking of Roanoke Island 2 days earlier also allowed the Union fleet to threaten Suffolk, where the railroad lines serving… Read More
The address of the Norfolk Library is: 9 Greenwoods Road East, Norfolk, 06058 0605
The only military base in the city of Norfolk itself is Norfolk Naval Station. Although in the Hampton Roads Metro area (Which is the metro area for Norfolk, Virginia Beach, et cet.) there is 1 army base, (Fort Eustis) 1 air force base, (Langley AFB) and 7 navy bases