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Boston is the capital of the state of Massachusetts. As well as being the largest city in the state, Boston is the largest city in the New England region of the United States and is referred to as the Capital of New England.

Boston was founded in the 17th century by Puritan colonists seeking religious freedom from England. From it's founding forward, Boston has been the setting of many important events in United States history such as the Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Siege of Boston,...

Boston is the capital of the state of Massachusetts. As well as being the largest city in the state, Boston is the largest city in the New England region of the United States and is referred to as the Capital of New England.

Boston was founded in the 17th century by Puritan colonists seeking religious freedom from England. From it's founding forward, Boston has been the setting of many important events in United States history such as the Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Siege of Boston, and the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Boston is not only known for its historical events and places. Many universities and high education institutions call the Greater Boston area home. World wide known institutions such as Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, MIT, and Tufts located either in or just across the river from Boston.

It comes as no surprise, with it's academic institutions and rich history, that Boston is a major cultural center of the United States. Boston has numerous theaters and performing arts organizations that include the Boston Opera House, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Boston Ballet.

Though the subway system in New York City is perhaps the most well known in the United States, Boston was the first city in the US to establish a subway system.

There are many more fun and interesting sites to visit in addition to these wonderful and historic places in Boston.

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