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Settled in 1773 and incorporated in 1787, named after an eight-term governor, John Langdon, this cute little town cherishes its historic heritage. Many nostalgic buildings are located in Langdon. Listed on the Preserve Alliance’s Seven to Save A Building, the Langdon Congregational Church, (1761) is in need of extensive repair. The state and the town are in hopes of restoring this historical landmark. The Langdon Meetinghouse, notable as well as beautiful, with its 2½ stories of standing timber, once was used as a church and for government. Now, it is a center for social and community gatherings. Langdon also offers many family focused activities.There are lovely ponds, clear, babbling brooks to fish in, trails for hiking and to explore, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Prentiss Covered Bridge, built in 1896 and restored during 1995-2001, still stands and can be seen as you drive by on the main road into Langdon. Used only for foot traffic and known as the shortest covered bridge in NH, it is charming. Family-run Abdali Farms, with farm fresh sustainable products, makes its home here. A wonderful variety of meats, eggs, etc., are available and can also be delivered directly to the customer from the farm.
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