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City Square is first site of the Massachusetts Bay Colony government started in 1630..
City Square is first site of the Massachusetts Bay Colony government started in 1630.
City Square, Boston, MA 02129, USA
The Training Field is one of the oldest militia training grounds in North America, and was the parade ground during colonial times
The Bunker Hill Monument on Monument Square marks the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution fought on June 17, 1775
The Boston Public Library, established in 1848, was the first library in the United States to be opened to the public for borrowing books and other materials
The USS Constitution is the world's oldest afloat commissioned warship, docked in the Charlestown Navy Yard in the Boston National Historical Park
The Boston Navy Yard, earlier known as the Charlestown Navy Yard, is part of the Boston National Historical Park
The Phipps Street Burying Ground, dating back to 1630, was Charlestown's first cemetery, where soldiers who fought in King Phillips War were buried
The Old North Church, also known as Christ Church, was built in 1723 as Boston?s second Anglican church after the King's Chapel