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Milan (Michigan)

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Milan is a city in both Washtenaw County (Michigan) and Monroe County (Michigan)

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Founded in 1831 by John Marvin as Tolanville, it was later renamed after Milan. It was a village until 1967.

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Interstate 23 gives easy access into Milan

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  • Milan Veterans Wall of Honor, [1]. Dedicated on November 11, 2011, this project of the organization Moving Milan Forward will not only include the names of the deceased, but also those from Milan who honorably served in the U.S. military. Donations for Moving Milan Forward and the memorial are welcome.  edit

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  • Milan Bakery, 42 E. Main St., +1 (734) 439-2655, [2]. Everyday from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.. $.79 to $8.99.  edit

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The area code is 734.

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Routes through Milan
Ann Arbor ← Junction US-12.png (W/E) ←  N noframe S  DundeeToledo




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