Ansonia is the name of some places in the United States of America:

  • Ansonia, Connecticut
    • Ansonia High School (Connecticut)
  • Ansonia, Ohio
    • Ansonia High School (Ohio)
  • Ansonia, Pennsylvania

and in Canada:

  • Ansonia, Ontario

Other uses:

  • Ansonia (Metro-North station)
  • Ansonia (genus), a genus of poisonous toad; e.g. Ansonia hanitschi
  • The Ansonia, a luxury residence on the Upper West Side of Manhattan
  • Ansonia Clock Company

Other articles related to "ansonia":

Ansonia, Connecticut - Pictures
... Lady of the Assumption Church, built 1891 First Congregational Church of Ansonia Farrel building The David Humphreys home, built in 1698, is now ... It is located at 37 Elm Street, Ansonia Signpost for the David Humphreys home at 37 Elm Street ...
Ansonia F.C.
... Ansonia F.C ... was an early twentieth century U.S ...
Ansonia Apartments
... The Ansonia Apartments, located at 2221-23 Jones Street in the Midtown area of Omaha, Nebraska ... The Ansonia Apartment building was built in a U-shape that with end walls facing the street ... Adjacent to the neighboring Dartmore Apartments, the Ansonia Apartment building displays both Arts and Crafts and Period Revival elements ...
Anson Greene Phelps - Career
... on the east bank of the Naugatuck River in what is now downtown Ansonia ... Ansonia was first settled in 1652 and named in honor of Anson Phelps ... The state chartered Ansonia as a borough of Derby in 1864, and later as a separate town in 1889 ...
Connecticut Route 334 - Route Description
... line, it turns northeast past the Fountain Lake Reservoir and briefly along the Seymour-Ansonia turn line before crossing into Ansonia ... In Ansonia, it intersects Route 8 and turns south and southeast, crossing the Naugatuck River before ending at an intersection with Route 115 near the Ansonia railroad station ...