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Greece is a town in Monroe County, New York.
A suburb of Rochester, New York, it is the largest town by population in Monroe County, and the second-largest municipality by population in the county, behind only the City of Rochester.
As of April 2020, the town has a population of 96,926.
The town motto is “Discover the Promise.”
The Town of Greece is in the northern part of the county and borders the City of Rochester on the east, the Town of Gates on the south, the towns of Parma and Ogden on the west, and Lake Ontario on the north. The town is a contiguous suburb of Rochester. The area known as Charlotte, on the eastern border, was formerly part of the town until it was annexed by the City of Rochester in 1916.
The Town of Greece was established in 1822 from part of the Town of Gates and was previously called Northampton. The name “Greece” was selected because of the contemporary struggle of Greece for independence from the Ottoman Empire.
Prior to European settlement, the area the town occupies was inhabited by the Algonquian and Iroquois. The first European to visit the area was the French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, who visited in 1669.
European settlers began to arrive in the area in the late 1790s, and French and British soldiers passed through on multiple occasions during this time period as the two colonial powers struggled to control the region.
According to the Morgan Quinto Awards, Greece was rated the ninth-overall-safest city in America and the sixth-safest city with a population of 75,000 to 99,999.
The following are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The William Payne House 505 Elmgrove Road 
Greece Memorial Hall 2424 W. Ridge Rd 
William Covert Cobblestone Farmhouse 978 N. Greece Road 
Our Mother of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church Complex 1785 Latta Road 

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