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    Acorn Street: Beacon Hill - From the classic cobblestone street to the brick town homes, this timeless street has beautiful picturesque scenery. Acorn Street offers an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Boston, yet it’s only steps away from the Boston Common Frog Pond – a hot spot in the winter because of it’s ice skating rink illuminated in white lights. It is no wonder Acorn Street is one of the most highly photographed spots in Beantown.

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  • City Year Boston

    Beacon Hill: Beacon Hill is one of Boston's smallest and most historic neighborhoods. Window shop Charles Street and stop in cafes, or just take a walk in the historic neighborhood to see some really cool houses!

  • Nikki Stefansen

    Boston, Massachusetts. So much a part of early American history...

  • Carly Curtis

    Row houses on Beacon Hill, Acorn Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

  • Eliza Kohrman

    Boston, Massachusetts- one of my favorite places in the world

Related Pins may sound weird but talking about the Boston Tea Party with my 5th graders has reminded me how much I would love to visit this city and all the historical sites here. BOSTON X3

The signal for the steeple of Botons' oldest church triggered the war for independence. Two lanterns in the steeple told Paul Revere that the British were approaching by boat.

Boston (I don't feel like it usually looks like this, but it's a cool picture!)

Faneuil Hall, #11 Freedom Trail, Boston ...Remember Kerri and drew

Think warm thoughts!

Boston Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge is a spectacular sight. Boston is full of history and offers great tours to get you around the freedom trail!

Cheers - Boston, MA

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