Asked in New Jersey
What country is on the other side of New Jersey?
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Asked in Atlantic Ocean
What country is on the other side of the Atlantic from New Jersey?
If you head directly east from New Jersey, you will land in Portugal. Depending upon where you leave New Jersey, you might even run into the Azores first. Another answer New Jersey abuts directly on to the Atlantic Ocean, so you have to go right across to Continental Europe before you get there! It is almost exactly opposite the Franco-Spanish border.
Asked in Borders and Boundaries
Does New Jersey border a a major or another country?
Asked in New York City, New Jersey, Newark New Jersey
How far is it from New Jersey stateline to New York City?
Asked in New Jersey
What country are you in if you live in New Jersey?
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
Where does New Jersey rank in the largest state of the country?
Asked in New York, New Jersey, Borders and Boundaries
Can you drive from the state of New York to the state of New Jersey without crossing a body of water?
So what were the religions in colonial New Jersey?
I haven't heard anything about the Spanish religion in Colonial New Jersey, but it does make sense since the country of Spain came upon the east coast first as far as we know. I have also heard about New Jersey being a safe haven for other religions such as Catholics and Jews because New Jersey had religious freedom. Two other groups are the Puritans and the Quakers.
Which state stands in the middle of the country but borders only four other state?
Southern New Jersey and Delaware were settled by colonists from what country?
Asked in New York City, New Jersey, Road Distance
What is the distance between New York City and New Jersey?
The Hudson River separates Manhattan island from New Jersey. Manhattan is on the east side of the Hudson River, and New Jersey is on the west side. The George Washington Bridge, which traverses the Hudson and connects Manhattan to New Jersey, is 3500 feet (1067 meters) long. So, the distance between New York City and New Jersey is about 3500 feet or 1067 meters.