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The so-called Twelve-Mile Circle is not actually a circle but the compound arcs of two or more different circles that have been imperceptibly feathered together to form most of the boundary between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of Delaware in the United States. It is nominally a circle with a supposed — yet in fact only approximate and variable — twelve-mile radius, centered in the town of New Castle, Delaware. More information...
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