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Where is Nassau County? How many people live there?

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LongIslandFAQs 8 years, 10 months ago in People ~ 1 answers

Answers - (1) helpful answers below.

amyg Dec 14th, 2012 8:04 a.m.

Nassau County is located on Long Island, NY. It is located between Suffolk and Queens counties, but is considered to be the westernmost area of "Long Island" according to those who live there, as the area is dominated by suburbs and has a different feel than the more urban Queens and Brooklyn. You can read more about Nassau County here.

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