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St. Leonard's Church in Little Italy

We stumbled upon an inviting garden at this church located in the North End of Boston in Little Italy. The inside of the church was beautiful are surprisingly large. They have regular services - times...
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GracesTrips
Aug 17, 2015

Little Italy - North End Boston

On our last day in Boston 2015, we visited this section of town. It was fantastic! It reminded me, literally, of being in Italy. The stores, restaurants and people are reminiscent of the old country....
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GracesTrips
Aug 14, 2015

Italian American Neighborhood of Boston

North End is one of the smallest but oldest neighborhoods of boston, it only has a size of 0.36 square mile (0.93 square kilometers) and this small area is home to more than 100 commercial...
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machomikemd
Jul 07, 2014

North Has History from the Beginning

The north end got a real start for Italian influence around late 1800's when immigrants came to the town to help construct the new State House. They were masons, skilled in mosaic tile floor laying...
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BruceDunning
Apr 04, 2011

Stroll the North End

The North End is a lovely part of Boston to stroll around. Get a good friend or loved one (loved one is better, as the North End is very romantic) and some comfy shoes and walk all around the North...
ElaineCatherine
Apr 04, 2011

Christopher Columbus Park

Christopher Columbus Park is a nice spot in the Sotuth edge of the North End of Boston. It's a nice place to people watch, check out the water views and relax. In the summer and warmer months the park...
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cjg1
Jan 20, 2010

North End Parks

The North End Parks are hardly what anyone would call a site of intense historical or aesthetic interest, but they are likely a place that you will visit if you are doing the Freedom Trail on foot....
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mikey_e
Apr 28, 2009

Paul Revere Mall

Paul Revere Mall is, like many other parts of Boston, named after Paul Revere, the American patriot whose famous words Midnight Ride marked the beginning of the end for British Rule in the 13...
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mikey_e
Apr 21, 2009

Little Italy

Boston’s North End is great fun. This is probably the first part of Boston where I clearly heard the typical Boston accent, and the people here exhibit some of the stereotypical Boston character that...
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mikey_e
Apr 21, 2009

The North End: The best part of Boston

The North End is an old Italian neighborhood full of restaurants, history and festivals. The main street is Hanover Street and is wonderful to walk along on a fine day, with it's many fantastic...
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Apr 20, 2009

Paul Revere's heritage

Paul Revere is famous for his midnight ride to the countryside to warn the militias that the British were coming in April 1775 before the start of the American Revolution. He was really made famous by...
Ewingjr98
Aug 14, 2008

Improv Asylum in the North End

the Improv Asylum fits in well with dinner in the North End. The talented actors start off with some loosely defined sketches but rely on audience participation to guide them, as there is no script to...
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Jun 22, 2008
 
 
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Paul Revere House

This is the house where Paul Revere lived when he made his famous messenger ride to Lexington on the night of April 18-19, 1775. It is the oldest surviving building in downtown Boston and has been...
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St. Stephen's Church

St. Stephen's Roman Cathoic Church sits at the opposite end of the mall backing the Old North church, an austere brick building little visited. It is apparently the only remaining church designed by a...
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Old North Church

The Old North Church is part of a complex including several gardens and the obligatory statue of Paul Revere. Included gardens include a fountain and several discrete gardens for rest, meditation, and...
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Copp's Hill Burying Ground

Having visited here in the dark on the Ghouls and Gravestones tour we returned to the cemetery when following the Freedom Trail. Many of the original gravestones from this cemetery are now missing as...
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Haymarket

The Union Oyster House is the longest-running restaurant in the United States, and is conveniently located a few minutes from Faneuil Hall. The Oyster House was first opened in 1826 in a building that...
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Harborwalk

As we made our way to see the USS Constitution, we found ourselves walking along an interesting path and discovered that this was the Harborwalk. We past the Charlestown Bells (see video) and found...
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