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Brief Information About Berlin


Berlin, a town of Washington County in the state of Vermont. The population is around 2,900. This town is located between Barre, Montpelier and Vermont, two of the largest cities in the whole region. It is an  important commercial business center of the region. The residents boasts a per capita income of about $ 21,000.
Parts of  this town is easily accessible from both the are's of Barre and Montpelier, many of the area's national chain stores are also located in the area. The principal shopping center is Berlin Mall, an enclosed shopping mall with an area of 330,000 square feet, it is the third biggest mall in the whole of Vermont. There are also a number of strip malls along the Barre-Montpelier Road. The area is also home to several other business establishments, like supermarkets and car dealerships.
A well known medical facility in the name of Central Vermont Medical Center, is the primary health care provider for a large number of people in the central Vermont area.
A well known library, Midstate Regional Library is one of two state operated regional libraries. The town is also a great tourist attraction.



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