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Hannibal (Missouri)

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Hannibal is a city in Missouri. It is located approximately 100 miles northwest of St. Louis and is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River. According to the 2010 U.S. Census the population was 17,606.

Hannibal is best known as the boyhood home of author Mark Twain. Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are set in Hannibal. Many historical sites in the city revolve around Twain and his writings.

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From the south: U.S. Route 69 or U.S. Route 71.

From the West: U.S. route 36

From the East: Interstate 72

From the Nort: U.S. Routes 61/24


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Hannibal Regional Airport is located 4 miles west of Hannibal and has one runway.

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  • Hannibal Restaurant (at Garth Woodside Mansion), 11069 New London Road, Hannibal, MO 63401, 573-221-2789, [1]. Built with an orangerie and a conservatory in mind, the Woodside Restaurant allows our guests to enjoy the surrounding wildlife, rolling lawns, gardens, and outbuildings.  edit


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  • Garth Woodside Mansion (Hannibal Bed And Breakfast), 11069 New London Road, +1 888 427-8409, [2]. A bed and breakfast and restaurant in a beautiful mansion where Mark Twain himself stayed. It is a good place to slow down, and remember a time when life held more journey and less destination. 40-stunning acres.  edit

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