Havannah, Cheshire

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Havannah near Congleton in Cheshire used to be known as 'the deserted village'.

It was established in 1762 to commemorate the British capture of Havana in Cuba.[1]

Cigars were made there.[1]

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Coordinates: 53°10′42″N 2°11′46″W / 53.17821°N 2.19618°W / 53.17821; -2.19618