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    Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 day
    Freedom Trail, Boston, MA, USAMap

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    The Granite Stonestone in Charlestown, Boston, is said to be one of the earliest American monuments to the Battle of Bunker Hill between British and North American Colonial Militias (well, I admit I'm looking at it now) Now this is the terminal of Boston's Freedom Road. If the weather is good, you can walk all the way from Boston Park ~. The only way to think of the top of the stone tablet is to climb a total of 294 steps. Numbers are also marked at intervals so that the breathless climber has a number of stone tablets in his heart. In fact, there is only a small space, but looking out through the small windows on all sides, I immediately feel that climbing the building is worth it ~

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    The Freedom Trail is a historic sightseeing line in Boston. The road surface is paved with red bricks, winding all the way, extending in three kilometers of streets. In 1951, the citizens of Boston preserved this unique street of red brick. The right way to open up American history is to set foot on the road to freedom. The Freedom Trail begins at the Visitor Center in Boston Common and ends at the towering Penga Hill Monument across the Charles River, with 16 attractions and many 17th and 18th century houses, churches and Independence War sites along the way. It takes about half a day to walk the entire freedom road, but if you want to visit carefully, it may take at least a day.
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