Old North Church, Boston

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    North End

    by EdinburghRoc Written Oct 23, 2005

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    Inside view of the lovely Old North Church
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    Favorite thing: A walk and lunch in the Italian North End area of Boston is where I would go back to when visiting Boston again.

    Paul Revere and some of the things he made can be found inside his home at North End.

    Fondest memory: I just feel comfortable in Boston, I like it.
    But then I knew I would.
    So I was not in the least disappointed.

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    Old North Church

    by seagoingJLW Updated Mar 7, 2003
    Old North Church

    Favorite thing: Remember this?

    "One if by land
    Two if by sea..."

    This is the Old North Church from whose tower Paul Revere saw the light displayed.

    The church was built in 1723 and still has an active congregation.

    Fondest memory: It is located at 193 Salem Street

    For information phone:
    617-523-6676

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    Old North Church

    by shdw100 Written Sep 13, 2002

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    Old North Church

    Favorite thing: The Old North Church is the place where the signal was to tell the revolutionists if the British were coming by land or by sea. The church seems engulfed now by the surrounding city, but still has the pristine beauty of a typical New England church.

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