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  • Interstate 78]] westbound in Watchung
  • Park below the dam.
  • Sign post.
  • Texier House Museum.
  • Fishing is allowed at Watchung Lake on a catch-and-release basis only.
  • View of Watchung Lake.

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  • Eastern terminus of the [[Atlantic City Expressway]] in Atlantic City
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  • [[Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm]] is the first coastal wind farm in the United States.<ref>Urgo, Jacqueline L. [http://articles.philly.com/2011-06-12/news/29650149_1_turbines-first-commercial-wind-project-wind-energy "Atlantic City wind turbines become a tourist attraction"], ''[[The Press of Atlantic City]]'', June 12, 2011. Accessed December 4, 2015. "Some casino hotel guests are so fascinated that they ask for rooms with a view of the five delicate fans, resort operators say. So the Atlantic County Utilities Authority is cranking open the security gates at the Route 30 wastewater-treatment facility that houses the turbines for twice-a-week tours in June, July, and August."</ref>
  • Atlantic City Boardwalk crowd in front of [[Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel]], 1911 (retouched)
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  • Nighttime view of Atlantic City, April 2008
  • Beach in Atlantic City
  • Atlantic City boardwalk at Brighton Avenue
  • Atlantic City boardwalk at Michigan Avenue
  • 1930s Atlantic City promotional art by [[Edward Mason Eggleston]].
  • 1930s Atlantic City by [[Edward Mason Eggleston]]
  • prohibition]]
  • Boardwalk in Atlantic City
  • [[Borgata]] is Atlantic City's highest-grossing casino.
  • ''A High Tide at Atlantic City'', a painting by [[William Trost Richards]], now housed in [[Brooklyn Museum]]
  • Haddon Hall Hotel]] depicted on a mid-1930s postcard
  • [[Atlantic City Rail Terminal]]
  • Margate City]]
  • 505]]
  • [[St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church]] on the Orange Loop.
  • [[The Quarter at Tropicana]]
  • The Tropicana]] from the boardwalk
  • Trump Taj Mahal]] and Chairman Tower from the boardwalk
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  • Koreatown, Bergen County]], across the [[George Washington Bridge]] from [[New York City]]
  • Clinton]] (above), eastward to [[Raritan Bay]] and the [[Atlantic Ocean]].
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  • Warren County]] and neighboring [[Pennsylvania]].
  • Ethnic origins in New Jersey
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  • [[Old Queens]] at [[Rutgers University]], the largest state university system in New Jersey
  • ''Washington Rallying the Americans at the Battle of Princeton'', a portrait by [[William Ranney]] depicting [[George Washington]] rallying his troops at the [[Battle of Princeton]] in January 1777
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  • Mercer County]] on December 25, 1776, prior to the [[Battle of Trenton]]
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Watchung, New Jersey

Watchung () is a borough in Somerset County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey, located approximately 29 miles (47 km) west of New York City. As of the 2020 United States census, the borough's population was 6,449, an increase of 648 (+11.2%) from the 2010 census count of 5,801, which in turn reflected an increase of 188 (+3.3%) from the 5,613 counted in the 2000 census. It is located within the Raritan Valley region.

Watchung was incorporated as a borough by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on May 23, 1926, from portions of North Plainfield Township (now Green Brook Township) based on the results of a referendum held on April 20, 1926. The name "Watchung" comes from the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, meaning "high hills" or from "watschu," meaning "hill."

In 2012, Forbes.com listed Watchung as 384th in its listing of "America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes", with a median home price of $767,507.

The borough is one of the state's highest-income communities. Based on data from the American Community Survey (ACS) for 2014–2018, Watchung residents had a median household income of $153,341, almost double the statewide median of $79,363.