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Main Street in Brookline

Brookline is a town in Hillsborough County in southern New Hampshire. First a part of Dunstable, Massachusetts, then settled as West Hollis, New Hampshire, the town was granted in 1769 as "Raby". New Hampshire Governor John Wentworth named it after his cousin, the 4th Earl of Strafford and Baron of Raby Castle. The town was renamed in 1798 at the suggestion of a leading citizen in town originally from Brookline, Massachusetts.

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Brookline is served by State routes 13 and 130

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  • 1 Andres Institute of Art. Andres Institute of Art is a public sculpture park founded in 1996. It has a collection of more than 80 metal and stone sculptures which are distributed over 140 acres on the 613-foot-high (187 m) Potanipo Hill (AKA Big Bear Mountain as locals refer to it) Andres Institute of Art (Q16868947) on Wikidata Andres Institute of Art on Wikipedia
The artists studio at the Andres Institute of Art







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Routes through Brookline
FitchburgTownsend  S NH Route 13.svg N  Milford

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