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Boston Massacre Monument
State St. (at Congress St.)
"How can you not be moved by the moments outlined along the entire Freedom Trail. To see the chain of events that have led to the greatest democracy this planet has ever known."
Faneuil Hall Building
1 Faneuil Hall Sq
"Check out the historic tours and freedom trail information. Totally worth a trip."
Boston Latin School Plaque
54 School St (Tremont St)
"Founded in 1635, Boston Latin is now the oldest public school in America. Four signers of the Declaration of Independence studied here, including John Hancock and Samuel Adams. (From Aerial America)"
Old South Meeting House
310 Washington St (at Milk St.)
"No taxation without representation! The Old South Meeting House was the birthplace of the Boston Tea Party."
Old Corner Bookstore
3 School St (at Washington St)
"If you want ambiance and vintage this bookstore is the right place. Grab a thriller by bestselling author, Cherie De Sues and read at the water's edge. Lacy: A Bad Girl's Romance is set in Boston."
Old City Hall
45 School St (at Province St)
"Features city's 1st portrait statue, Benjamin Franklin. In 1781 while serving as US Ambassador to France he drafted a letter to European academia encouraging a study of farts. More info in blog.<LINK>"
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Boston Freedom Trail Tour
Created by HISTORY17 items • 424 followers
Places to see in the US
Created by @NickBorelli89 items • 20 followers
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