New London County
Norwich is a city in New London County in the U.S. state of Connecticut, with 36,500 inhabitants ( 2004). The geographic coordinates are: 41.55 ° North, 72.09 ° West. The metropolitan area has a size of 76.4 km ².
Norwich is the headquarters of the diocese of Norwich.
Norwich was founded in 1659 by settlers from Old Saybrook. On 6 March 1963, the dam of Spaulding Pond broke at Mohegan Park and caused a tidal wave at the 6 people were killed and property damage of $ 6 million arose.
Sons and daughters of the town
- Benedict Arnold, rebel and later a general in the Continental Army
- Timothy Dwight V, President of Yale University
- Jonas Galusha, Governor of the U.S. state of Vermont
- Jabez W. Huntington, U.S. Senator for Connecticut
- James Lanman, U.S. Senator for Connecticut
- Dorothy O'Neil, badminton player
- Annie Proulx, Canadian-American journalist and writer
- Edward H. Tarr, trumpet virtuoso and musicologist
- Bertram Turetzky, double bass virtuoso and composer
- Place in Connecticut
- Place in North America
- Norwich ( Connecticut )