Golden Triangle (New Hampshire)

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The Golden Triangle of New Hampshire is a heavily populated region in the Merrimack valley between the cities of Manchester to the north, Nashua to the south, and Salem to the southeast.

The region contains much of the state's population, including its two largest cities. It is also home to numerous suburban areas, and industries. It contains three large shopping malls - the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester, the Mall at Rockingham Park in Salem, and the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua) as well as countless smaller retail districts. A large percentage of its residents reside in New Hampshire but commute to work in Massachusetts.

Coordinates: 42°50′N 71°20′W / 42.833°N 71.333°W / 42.833; -71.333