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Examples in Landmarks & History for other Regions/Ages-Stages:Quincy Market & Faneuil HallAges & Stages: General | Region: Activity Overview Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Quincy Market is a favorite destination for both locals and tourists alike. For over 250 years, the marketplace has played...Washington MonumentAges & Stages: General | Region: Activity Overview Constructed from marble, granite and gneiss, the Monument is the world's tallest free-standing stone structure, towering more than 555 feet (169 meters). Visitors...Bunker Hill MonumentAges & Stages: General | Region: Activity Overview The Bunker Hill Monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill. It's been open to the public since 1842. The 221-foot white granite obelisk marks the site of the...The Freedom Trail Ages & Stages: General | Region: Activity Overview The Freedom Trail in Boston is a 2.5-mile, brick-lined route that leads you to 16 historic sites. Explore museums and meeting houses, churches, and burial grounds...Empire State Building ObservatoryAges & Stages: General | Region: Activity Overview This 102-story skyscraper exudes 1930s-style glamour, starting with its marble-and-gold vaulted lobby. Lines can be long, but it takes less than a minute for the elevator...
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