Triadelphia, West Virginia

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Triadelphia, West Virginia (WV), a community in Ohio County, was chartered in 1829 and likely refers, in Greek, to the three sons of Colonel Josias Thompson, who donated the land upon which the town was platted. Triadelphia today may be best known for its proximity to The Highlands, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex that includes a Cabela's retail center.

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Triadelphia is located on US-40 and the I-70 expressway approximately six miles east of Wheeling, West Virginia,  three miles west of Valley Grove, West Virginia, and 30 miles west of Washington, Pennsylvania.

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Triadelphia is located in the Northern Panhandle Region in northern West Virginia.