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Some of the cities, towns, and places in Lebanon County are Annville, Anthracite, Avon, Bellegrove, Bethel, Beverly Heights, Bordnersville, Buffalo Springs, Bunker Hill, Campbelltown, Canaan Grove, Clear Spring, Cleona, Coffeetown, Coheva, Cold Spring, Colebrook, Cornwall, Dogtown, East Hanover, Ebenezer, Edisonville, Flintville, Fontana, Fort Indiantown Gap, Fredericksburg, Freeport Mills, Gold Mine, Gravel Hill, Greble, Green Point, Hamlin, Harper Tavern, Hauckville, Hebron, Heidelberg, Heilmandale, Indiantown, Inwood, Iona, Jackson, Johnstown, Jonestown, Kleinfeltersville, Kutztown, Lawn, Lebanon, Lebanon South, Lickdale, McGillstown, Midway, Millardsville, Millbach, Millbach Springs, Millcreek, Mount Ararat, Mount Gretna, Mount Gretna Heights, Mount Pleasant, Mount Wilson, Mount Zion, Murray, Myerstown, Nacetown, Newmanstown, North Annville, North Cornwall, North Lebanon, North Londonderry, Ono, Palmyra, Pansy Hill, Plainville, Pleasant Hill, Prescott, Quentin, Rausch Gap, Reinholdsville, Reistville, Richland, Rocherty, Rockwood, Sand Hill, Schaefferstown, Sheridan, Shirksville, South Annville, South Lebanon, South Londonderry, Springhaven, Stricklerstown, Swatara, Syner, Timber Hills, Union, Union Water Works, Upper Lawn, Valley Glenn, Waldeck, Weavertown, Jackson Township, Weavertown, North Lebanon Township, West Cornwall, West Jonestown, West Lebanon, Westmont, Woodfort, Zinns Mill

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Lebanon () County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 133,568. Its county seat is the city of Lebanon. The county was formed from portions of Dauphin and Lancaster counties in 1813, with minor boundary revisions in 1814 and 1821. Lebanon County comprises the Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Harrisburg-York-Lebanon, Pennsylvania Combined Statistical Area. Lebanon is 72 miles northwest of Philadelphia, which is the nearest major city.