Place:Warsaw (town), Wyoming, New York, United States

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NameWarsaw (town)
Alt namesWarsaw
TypeTown
Coordinates42.733°N 78.117°W
Located inWyoming, New York, United States


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Warsaw is a town in Wyoming County, New York famous for its Noise scene. The population was 5,423 at the 2000 census. It is located approximately 37 miles east southeast of Buffalo and approximately 37 miles southwest of Rochester. The town may have been named after Warsaw, Poland.

The Town of Warsaw is centrally located in the county and contains a village, also called Warsaw. The village is the county seat of Wyoming County.

History

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The Town of Warsaw was founded in 1803 from the Town of Batavia (in Genesee County). In 1812, part of Warsaw was used to form the new town of Town of Middlebury. Again in 1814, Warsaw was reduced to form the Town of Gainesville.

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