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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Massachusetts

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Historical Places in Massachusetts

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The House of the Seven Gables embodies Salem's rich history. The house was built in 1668 for Captain John Turner, one of the wealthiest men i
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Freedom Trail , Boston
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Weave your way through the city center, the birthplace of the American Revolution, and soak up some of the country’s earliest history on Free
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The belfry of Old North Church & Historic Site is where Paul Revere got his signal for the midnight ride. It is the oldest church still stand
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Harvard University , Cambridge
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A center of knowledge and education with a history stretching back to the 17th century, Harvard University is one of the world’s most famous
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Plymouth Rock , Plymouth
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Plymouth Rock commemorates the location where Europeans first set foot onto what's now U.S. soil. Although historians disagree on whether the
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