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Some of the cities, towns, and places in Berks County are Adamstown, Albany, Alleghenyville, Alsace, Alsace Manor, Amity, Amity Gardens, Bally, Baumstown, Bechtelsville, Bern, Bernville, Bethel, Birdsboro, Blandon, Blue Marsh, Bowers, Boyertown, Brecknock, Brownsville, Cacoosing, Caernarvon, Centerport, Centre, Colebrookdale, Colony Park, Cumru, Dauberville, District, Douglass, Douglassville, Dryville, Earl, Edenburg, Exeter, Fleetwood, Flying Hills, Fox Chase, Frystown, Geigertown, Gibraltar, Gouglersville, Greenfields, Greenwich, Grill, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Hereford, Hyde Park, Jacksonwald, Jefferson, Kempton, Kenhorst, Kutztown, Kutztown University, Lancaster County, Laureldale, Leesport, Leinbachs, Lenhartsville, Lincoln Park, Longswamp, Lorane, Lower Alsace, Lower Heidelberg, Lyons, Maidencreek, Marion, Maxatawny, Mertztown, Mohnton, Mohrsville, Montrose Manor, Morgantown, Mount Aetna, Mount Penn, Muhlenberg, Muhlenberg Park, New Berlinville, New Jerusalem, New Morgan, New Schaefferstown, North Heidelberg, Oley, Ontelaunee, Penn, Pennside, Pennwyn, Perry, Pike, Pine Swamp, Plowville, Pricetown, Reading, Rehrersburg, Reiffton, Richmond, Riverview Park, Robeson, Robesonia, Rockland, Ruscombmanor, Scarlets Mill, Schubert, Shartlesville, Shillington, Shoemakersville, Sinking Spring, South Heidelberg, South Temple, Spring, Spring Ridge, Springmont, St. Lawrence, State Hill, Stony Creek Mills, Stouchsburg, Strausstown, Temple, Tilden, Topton, Tulpehocken, Union, Upper Bern, Upper Tulpehocken, Virginville, Walnuttown, Washington, Wernersville, West Hamburg, West Lawn, West Reading, West Wyomissing, Whitfield, Windsor, Womelsdorf, Wooltown, Wyomissing

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Berks County (Pennsylvania German: Barricks Kaundi) is a county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census, the population was 428,849. The county seat is Reading.The Schuylkill River, a 135-mile-long (217 km) tributary of the Delaware River, flows through Berks County. The county is part of the Reading, PA metropolitan statistical area (MSA), which is included in the Delaware Valley or Greater Philadelphia metropolitan area or the Philadelphia-Reading-Camden, PA-NJ-DE-MD combined statistical area (CSA).