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Novel Kitchen & Bath
272 NJ-18 EastBrunswick New Jersey 08816USA
Brunswick is the historical English name for the German city of Braunschweig (Low German: Brunswiek, Braunschweig dialect: Bronswiek). Brunswick may also refer to: == Places and other topographs == === Australia === Brunswick, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne Electoral district of Brunswick, an electoral district in Victoria Brunswick Junction, Western Australia, a town near Bunbury Brunswick Heads, a town on the North Coast of New South Wales === Canada === New Brunswick, province in the Maritimes Brunswick Parish, New Brunswick, in Queens County Brunswick Mountain, North Shore Mountains, British Columbia Brunswick House First Nation, Ontario === Chile === Brunswick Peninsula === Germany === County of Brunswick, historic Saxon vassal county, elevated to Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg in 1235 Brunswick-Lüneburg, historic German duchy since 1235 Brunswick-Bevern, a branch principality (1666–1735) Brunswick-Calenberg, a branch principality (1485–1692/1708) Brunswick-Celle, a branch principality (1269–1705) Brunswick-Göttingen, a branch principality (1279–1463) Brunswick-Grubenhagen, a branch principality (1291–1596) Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, a branch principality (1269–1815), became the Duchy of Brunswick Brunswick Land, a German region surrounding the city of Braunschweig Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg, a historic state (1692/1708–1814), became the Kingdom of Hanover Duchy of Brunswick (1815–1918), became the Free State of Brunswick Free State of Brunswick (1918–1946) Braunschweig (region), also called "Brunswick" (1978–2004), historic German administrative region === United Kingdom === Brunswick, Hove, East Sussex, England Brunswick railway station, Liverpool Brunswick, Manchester, an inner-city area of south Manchester, England, between Ardwick and Chorlton-on-Medlock Brunswick, Tyne and Wear, England Brunswick Village, England Brunswick, West Midlands, England === United States === ==== Counties ==== Brunswick County, North Carolina Brunswick County, Virginia ==== Towns and Census-designated places ==== Brunswick, Georgia, in Glynn County Brunswick, Indiana, in Lake County Brunswick, Clay County, Indiana Brunswick, Maine, in Cumberland County Brunswick (CDP), Maine, census-designated place Brunswick Station, Maine, former census-designated place Naval Air Station Brunswick Brunswick, Maryland, in Frederick County Brunswick, Minnesota, in Kanabec County Brunswick, Missouri, in Chariton County New Brunswick, New Jersey, in Middlesex County Brunswick, New York, in Rensselaer County Brunswick, North Carolina, in Columbus County Brunswick, Ohio, in Medina County Brunswick, Wisconsin, in Eau Claire County Brunswick, Vermont, in Essex County ==== Townships ==== Brunswick Township, Kanabec County, Minnesota, in Kanabec County Brunswick Township, Chariton County, Missouri East Brunswick Township, New Jersey, in Middlesex County North Brunswick Township, New Jersey, in Middlesex County South Brunswick Township, New Jersey, in Middlesex County East Brunswick Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania West Brunswick Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania Brunswick Hills Township, Medina County, Ohio ==== Villages ==== Brunswick, Michigan, in Muskegon County Brunswick, Nebraska, in Antelope County Brunswick, Tennessee, in Shelby County Brunswick, Virginia, in Nottoway County ==== Other ==== Brunswick (Gary), a neighborhood in Gary, Indiana Brunswick Town State Historic Site, a historic ghost town in Brunswick County, North Carolina == People == Brunswick-Bevern, extinct German dynasty John Moses Brunswick (1818–1886), founder of Brunswick Corporation Léon Brunschvicg (1869–1944), French philosopher Otto IV of Brunswick or Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor (1175 or 1176–1218) ruler of the Holy Roman Empire Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1735-1806), the "Duke of Brunswick", famous for the Battle of Auerstedt Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1771–1815), "The Black Duke", fought with the Duke of Wellington against Napoleon Hieronymus Brunschwig (c. 1450–c.
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