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Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Fenway Park
Fenway Park is a baseball
park located in Boston,
Massachusetts, at 4
Yawkey Way near
Kenmore Square. Since
1912, it has been the
location for the Boston
Red Sox, the city's Major
League Baseball franchise.
It is the oldest ballpark in
MLB.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Freedom Trail
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5mile-long path through
downtown Boston,
Massachusetts that passes
by 16 locations significant
to the history of the
United States.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Old North Church
Old North Church, at 193
Salem Street, in the North
End of Boston, is the
location from which the
famous "One if by land,
and two if by sea" signal is
said to have been sent.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Prudential Tower
The Prudential Tower, also
known as the Prudential
Building or, colloquially,
The Pru, is an
International Style
skyscraper in Boston,
Massachusetts.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Faneuil Hall
Faneuil Hall, located near
the waterfront and today's
Government Center, in
Boston, Massachusetts,
has been a marketplace
and a meeting hall since
1743.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Paul Revere House
The Paul Revere House
was the colonial home of
American patriot Paul
Revere during the time of
the American Revolution.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

USS Constitution

USS Constitution is a
wooden-hulled, threemasted heavy frigate of
the United States Navy,
named by President
George Washington after
the Constitution of the
United States of America.
Launched in 1797,
Constitution was one of
six original frigates
authorized for
construction by the Naval
Act of 1794 and the third
constructed.

Top 20 famous Landmarks in

BOSTON

Bunker Hill Monument
The Bunker Hill
Monument was erected to
commemorate the Battle
of Bunker Hill, which was
among the first major
battles between British
and Patriot forces in the
American Revolutionary
War, fought there June 17,
1775.


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