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Saucon Valley (Pennsylvania)

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Saucon Valley (Pennsylvania)

Saucon Valley is part of the Lehigh Valley located in eastern Pennsylvania. Saucon Valley includes the borough of Hellertown and the townships of Lower Saucon Township, Pennsylvania and Upper Saucon Township, Pennsylvania. It is located eight miles southeast of Allentown, Pennsylvania and two miles south of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It is one of the wealthiest parts of the Greater Lehigh Valley.

The name 'Saucon' is of Indian origin. 'Sakunk' meaning at the mouth of the creek. Saucon Valley is drained by Saucon Valley High School.

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