Facts about Kosciusko County, Indiana
Kosciusko County (/ˌkɒskiˈʌskoʊ/ KOS-kee-US-koh) is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. Census 2010 recorded the population at 77,358. The county seat is Warsaw. The county was formed in 1836. It was named after the Polish general Tadeusz Kościuszko who served in the American Revolutionary War and then returned to Poland. The county seat is named after Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
According to the 2010 census, the county has a total area of 554.39 square miles (1,435.9 km²), of which 531.38 square miles (1,376.3 km²) (or 95.85%) is land and 23.01 square miles (59.6 km²) (or 4.15%) is water.
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