I found it strange. Those of you who visited Boston, don't you see something weird on this picture? In the space between the trees supposed to be the Old North Church. Can anybody tell me where it disappeared? ;-)
Old North (Christ) Church
This is the city's oldest church, in use since 1723. On April 18, 1775, Robert Newman, the church's sexton, hung two lanterns in its steeple to warn that the British troops were arriving *by sea* -- thereby sending Paul Revere on his famous *midnight ride* to Lexington and Concord to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock that *the British are coming.* If there had been only one lantern, that would have meant they were coming by land.
This church was made famous as the lookout point and signalling point associated with Paul Revere's famous ride. It was built in 1723 and still holds services today
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