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Faneuil Hall

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Ranked No. 5 in Boston Amazing Nighttime Views
Historical Architecture
Recommended sightseeing time: 2-3 hours
Address: 1 Faneuil Hall Sq,Boston, MA 02109
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The Hall of Farnar on the Freedom Road in Boston was built by the wealthy businessman Peter Farnar in 1742 and was originally a marketplace for city-wide gatherings and free discussion before the outbreak of the War of Independence. It has seen numerous meetings and speeches by patriots, and is thus called the cradle of freedom, which has played an important role in American history. The three-story red-brick building, a stately Greek complex, was reopened in August 1976 after extensive renovations. Inside the hall, the wall read: It was a witness to the important moment when Boston was founded.

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