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Boston Airport was originally opened with the intent to be a military installation for the Massachusetts...

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Logan International Airport
March 7, 2010

Parker Hill is the tallest point in Boston City Limits. Atop the hill inside the Mission Hill neighborhood...

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Parker Hill
March 7, 2010

Dudley Square has served the Roxbury area for many years as a transit hub to Downtown Boston. Because...

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Dudley Square
March 7, 2010

This hospital was originally built to help serve the poor. MGH is the oldest hospital in New England...

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Massachusetts General Hospital
March 7, 2010

Standing atop Beacon Hill is the Massachusetts State House. The original brick building is the oldest...

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Massachusetts State House
March 7, 2010

In 1837 Boston Brahmin and Horace Gray got together to establish the first public botanical garden in...

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The Public Garden
March 7, 2010

The Boston Public Library holds a lot of records, and I don't mean just books. It was the first publicly...

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The Boston Public Library
March 7, 2010

Before John F. Kennedy was assassinated, he had originally chosen the site for his presidential library...

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The JFK Library and Museum
March 7, 2010

After the Battle of Bunker Hill, the British Army destroyed the town of Charlestown. At the time the...

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Warren Tavern
March 7, 2010

One of the Most Famous Bars in Boston is the Sunset Grill & Tap. The Bar has over 100 beers on tap. Whats...

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The Sunset Grill & Tap
March 7, 2010

This local dive doesn't of most Allston's black-clad scenesters. But instead it attracts thoseloyal regulars...

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O'Briens
March 7, 2010

The Paradise celebrates its twenty-five year existence this year. Today it is one of the oldest rock...

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The Paradise
March 7, 2010

Harpers Ferry in Allston, is another one of the venues picking up the slack in the wake of the previous...

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Harpers Ferry
March 7, 2010

Although the Rathskeller is no more, fear not Bostonians and travelers, for there is a venue that has...

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The Middle East
March 7, 2010