Hanford, California

Kings County


Hanford is a city in Kings County in the U.S. state of California with 53.266 inhabitants ( 2010). 2004, the city had 46,200 inhabitants. The geographic coordinates are: 36.33 ° N, 119.65 ° West. The metropolitan area has a size of 33.9 km ².

The city is named after the American railway director James Madison Hanford ( 1827-1911 ). She is known among other things as the seat of the Kings Symphony Orchestra and the 1974 built Hanford Carnegie Museum, which from the same library ( Carnegie Library) emerged.

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  • Location in California
  • Location in North America
  • Kings County ( California )
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