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Essex County is a county located in the north eastern part of the state of Massachusetts, USA. It is situated along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and borders both New Hampshire and Middlesex County. The county was established in 1643, and its county seat is Salem.
The county has a population of approximately 790,000 people, making it the third most populous county in Massachusetts. The county is home to several cities, including Lynn, Peabody, and Lawrence, as well as many small towns and villages.
Essex County is known for its rich history, with many historical sites and landmarks to explore. One of the most notable is the Salem Witch Trials Memorial in Salem, which commemorates the tragic events that took place there in 1692. The county is also home to several historic homes and estates, such as the Crane Estate in Ipswich and the John Ward House in Salem.
Essex County is also known for its beautiful beaches, parks, and recreational areas. The county is home to several state parks, including Plum Island State Park and Bradley Palmer State Park, as well as many other parks and nature preserves.
Around 39% of homes in Essex County, Massachusetts use heating oil as their primary heating fuel, according to a U.S. Energy Information Administration survey.