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5 Best Places to Visit in Massachusetts, United States
The sheer variety of experiences and tourist attractions in Massachusetts will astonish you. Boston itself combines the vibrancy of a modern university town and commercial city with treasured historic sights. Plymouth preserves - and recreates - the experience of New England's earliest settlers. Throughout the state, you can visit the homes and studios of some of America's most beloved writers and artists: Louisa May Alcott, Thoreau, Whistler, Longfellow, Melville, Norman Rockwell, and Daniel Chester French. But it's far from all about culture and history. Whether you head for the ski trails of the rolling Berkshires in the west or the long white sands of Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts is about kicking back and having a good time, too. Here five places to visit in Massachusetts, USA.
1. Boston and Cambridge
2. Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard
3. Salem and Cape Ann
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Road Trip Across the Northeast USA
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Concord, MA - 0:48
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Boston, MA - 2:45
Providence, RI - 5:36
Plymouth, MA - 7:59
Newport, RI - 9:05
Washington DC - 11:29
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North Bridge - Concord, Massachusetts, United States
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North Bridge Concord
The shot heard round the world, which signaled the start of the Revolutionary War, was fired from this spot.
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Travel blogs from North Bridge:
- ... The road leads all the way to the North Bridge near Concord where the legendary shot was fired ...
- ... Our stops included the Hancock House, Buckman Tavern, The Minutemen Museum, Old North Bridge and Walden Pond ...
- ... I decided not to go for the organised tour and set off myself to the North Bridge, which saw the first engagement between the colonials and the regualrs (the British) in the Revolutionary War; 'the shot ...
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- Obelisk at Old North Bridge by Saraishness from a blog titled Reliving the American Revolution
- At the old north bridge by Saraishness from a blog titled Reliving the American Revolution
- North Bridge, Concord by Mefox13 from a blog titled Here once the embattled farmers stood - Emerson
- Old North Bridge by Calthoff from a blog titled From the Battle Green to Walden Pond
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Battle of Lexington State Historic Site Park
The site of the Battle of Lexington from the Civil War. Located in Lexington, Missouri.Here are a couple links if you are interested about learning more of the history :)
Battle of Lexington Info:
The sign reads as follows:
In memory of Colonel James Adelbert Mulligan and the members of his command who fought and died during the battle and siege of Lexington, Missouri, September 12-20, 1861. Colonel Mulligan commanded Union volunteers from Illinois and Missouri who fortified College Hill and stubbornly resisted the attacks of the Missouri state guard forces of General Sterling Price. With their ammunition, water and rations depleted and reinforcements unable to reach them, Mulligans forces were compelled to surrender.
May the people of the United States never forget the Union defenders of Lexington, who suffered and died that this nation might live forever free.
They determined to do their duty at all hazards -Colonel James A. Mulligan.
Erected in 2009 by the department of Missouri, sons of Union veterans of the Civil War.