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Constantia (T)

New York is a state in the northeastern United States. Majority of the population is concentrated in the southern portion around New York City, the state is often regionalized into Upstate and Downstate. New York is the home of Ellis Island, where many immigrants in the early 20th century arrived in the United States. New York has many cities, towns and villages which are famous as tourist destinations.

Constantia is one such town in Oswego County of New York, which is admired as a tourist destination. To be precise, the town of Constantia is located in the southeast part of the county. The town stretches to a total distance of 258 square kilometers. In this total area, the land area of the town is 147.3 square kilometers whereas 110.8 square kilometer area is under water.
According to the United States census bureau of 2000, Constantia had a total population of 5,141 inhabitants. Constantia shares its east line border with the Oneida County of New York. The Erie Canal, runs through the town, using Oneida Lake as a waterway. However, the north boundary is marked by the south edge of the Tug Hill Plateau.
In its discovered history, Constantia traces its origin back to 1793 century and was known then as Rotterdam. This town of Constantia was created from part of the Town of Mexico in 1808. In 1825, the town was reduced by the formation of the Town of Hastings, and was reduced again in 1839 to form the Town of West Monroe.
The communities and locations in Constantia include the Bernhards Bay, which is a hamlet on the shore of Oneida Lake, Cleveland, which is a village on the north shore of Oneida Lake, Carroll Corners, which is a location between Gay Corners and Dutcherville.
Presently, Constantia experiences a sharp social, economic and population growth derivative of the strategic position of the locality and the high level of well-being and quality of life that is enjoyed with respect to other places of New York. This fact has consolidated along with other adjacent municipalities, as a great alternative for residence.

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