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Municipal flag of Boston waving
The cradle of American history Boston, founded in 1630, is one of the country's oldest cities. Often called the cradle of American history, it boasts a large number of historic landmarks and monuments.
Some Boston Facts of American history
The 20th century added a series of skyscrapers to the skyline of church spires. This cosmopolitan city has a relaxed atmosphere. The historic districts such as the charming Beacon Hill would fit nicely in any European city. The city of skyscrapers
Country : United States Currency : US Dollar (USD) Language : English Population City: 655 884 (2014) Metro: 4 732 161 (2014) Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST) Some Boston Facts
Christian Science Mother Church
Back Bay The trendy Back Bay would fit nicely in any European city.
The glass John Hancock Tower was built in 1976 as Boston's tallest building. The modern building designed by I.M. Pei contrasts with the neighborhood's nineteenth century buildings. John Hancock Tower
Quincy Market For more than two centuries, Quincy Market has been one of the social centers of life in Boston. Today, it is one of the city's main tourist magnets
Trinity Church In March 1872, the Trinity Church parish in Boston invited several architects to submit designs for their new church. They wanted to move from the old Trinity Church on Summer street to the Copley Square in Back Bay , a brand new but popular district.
The Massachusetts State House was built between 1795 and 1797 on Beacon Hill and overlooks the Boston Common. The site, a pasture owned by John Hancock was lowered 50 ft (15 m) for the construction of the State House. State House
The Freedom Trail is a 4 km (2.5 mile) long path through downtown Boston that passes 16 of the city's historic landmarks. It starts at the visitor information center in Boston Common where you can pick up a map and brochures. Many of the sights along the red-painted line are free of charge. The FreedomTrail.Bunker Hill Monument
The FreedomTrail.Old Corner Bookstore Building
Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is one of the country's largest museums, with impressive collections of American, Asian and European art. It is housed in an early twentieth century neo-Classical building.
The Boston Common and the adjacent Public Garden form Boston's most central park, right in the heart of the city. Boston Common
City Hall A building that's caused plenty of controversy, Boston's "new" City Hall houses the municipal government of the city.
Church of the Covenant
New Old South Church
First Baptist Church
Statue of George Washington in the Public Garden
Boston Public Library at Copley Square
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Statue of Paul Revere
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial in Boston Common
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