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Boston harbor
The birth house of Paul Revere
revere house
trinity church
Trinity Church and its reflection in the glassy John Hancock building
weeping willow at boston commons
trinity church
park church
tombstone of parents of Ben Franklin
Park Street Church, founded in 1809
The beautiful Trinity Church
tombstone of Paul Revere

The Old Granary Burial Ground holds the tombs of notables such as Mother Goose, Paul Revere (pictured above), Samuel Adams and the parents of Ben Franklin (seen left). Ben Franklin himself is buried in Philadelphia.

Founded in 1660, it's the city's third-oldest cemetery.

TV show 'Cheers' pub

Take a walk down Beacon Street and drop in at the film location of "Cheers' (seen to the right and below).

It's the exterior of the Bull & Finch Pub that looks familiar. Don't expect the inside to look the same as in the series.

Cheers pub
leaving boston harbor
Boston harbor
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Swaying weeping willows grace the park grounds of Boston Commons


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state capitol building
The State Capitol Building
Statue at Fenway Park
The Ted Williams Statue outside Fenway Park. Ted Williams loved children as much as he did baseball, and this memorial is a tribute to his devotion to children with cancer.
inside Fenway Park bar looking at the diamond
Looking at Fenway's diamond from inside the pub. The grass was being covered this day due to a heavy rain that came through.
Fenway Park bar
Fenway Park, outside
downtown Boston
downtown Boston
The Old State House
downtown Boston
downtown Boston
downtown Boston
downtown Boston
downtown Boston
The Olde Union Oyster House
America's oldest restaurant, Ye Olde Unon Oyster House, has been opened since 1826.
boston harbor